Grape variety: Pinot Blanc
Vineyard / Origin: West- to east-facing vineyards on the hillsides surrounding Tramin-Termeno and Cortaccia.
Soil: Light marl, soils which warm up quickly in spring.
Winemaking: The grapes are lightly pressed, the must is clarified by natural sedimentation and fermented using temperature control (25° C).
Description: Medium-full straw yellow in colour, fresh aromas of peach combined with apple and pear on the nose, elegant and zesty on the palate, harmonious in structure, round with masses of finesse and a hint of nut on the finish.
Food Choices: Appetisers, fish dishes, broths and vegetable soups.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Cabernet Sauvignon struggles to ripen in South Tyrol, though not in the sun drenched slopes of Colterenzio, where the unique, unmistakable character of our "Katèlt" unfolds to the full.
'Lafot' Cabernet is a versatile and complex wine, the vines which grow in Magrè. The temperature is mild, the hills sunny. The 12 months ageing in durmast barrels gives to Lafot strength and complexity. The taste is blackberries-like, as well as eucalyptus and pepper.
The alluvial soils comprising a mixture of gravel, clay and eroded porphyry sand impart body, depth and structure to this wine.
Intensive straw yellow with green reflexes, fruity with exotic aromas of bananas and citrus fruits, some dried hay, elegant and fresh, hefty and harmonic, clear and pure, juicy and drinkable, soft and full-bodied, minerally, full and fresh finish.
With a very fruity nose, this wine has fine, delicate peach and apricot nuances. Its high acidity makes it very fresh on the palate; its unobtrusive minerality makes for a lively finish.
The full variety of flavours is best revealed when our "Lenz" is drunk as an aperitif or enjoyed with light starters, pasta dishes, risotto or fish. Like this, its fine bouquet can unfold, prompting your tastebuds to burst into bloom.