Without a doubt, the Pinot Bianco is one of the leading South Tyrolean white wines, especially in our area of cultivation, since this area provides the ideal conditions for wine of the highest quality. With its bright yellow colour with green reflections, this wine expresses the full grandeur of this variety. It has balanced aromas, a strong and pleasantly dry flavour, with fresh acidity and a pleasing smoothness. A wine which, when served chilled, is the ideal accompaniment to fish and white meat dishes.
VINEYARDS: the municipalities Appiano and Caldaro
VINIFICATION: Fermentation in stainless steel tanks with partial malo - lactical fermentation also in steel tanks (6 months)
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 10.50 %
eatable noble mould bark, white dough with little punching; he becomes creamier with increasing maturity, aromatic taste with light hircine marks. The Goat Camembert is OGM-free and carries the quality sign for South Tirol.
This Pinot Bianco is without a doubt the star amongst the wines of the St. Michael-Eppan cooperative winery. It is simply the wine to express most convincingly the quality potential South Tyrolean white wine and the philosophy behind the production methods used in winery. A straw colour with green lustre, it reveals a broad palette of scents, in particular apple, apricot, pear and a slight cedar wood fragrance. With its velvety smoothness and full-bodied acidity which underscore its strength and grandeur, this wine is a delight on the palate. A complete wine you don't come across every day, to satisfy many demands made by sophisticated cuisine.
Balm vinegar Il Buon Condimento Dodi Acetaia, light, unobstrusive taste, optimally for turning on salads, as a dip of vegetable stripe and Carpaccio
An intensive white wine - not just in colour, but in fragrance and taste. The secret of this white wine lies in the special features of the area in which it is cultivated: Lahn in Appiano. These vineyards only produce a small yield, yet what they produce is typified by sustained character and quality. Its delicious and strong aromas, reminiscent of elderberry and honey, leave behind an abundance of lingering sensations on the palate. This wine, served straight the cellar, makes a huge impression even when served young: a long maturing process in the bottle, however, enhances its density and its complexity.
Its delicious and strong aromas, reminiscent of elderberry and honey, leave behind an abundance of lingering sensations on the palate