Grape variety: Rosenmuskateller
Colour: fresh, pale ruby red
Aroma: aromatically intensive and multi-layered, fresh nutmeg notes, dark, red roses, dried apricots, figs and cloves, some botrytis notes
Taste: elegant and harmonic with a lovely interplay of sweet and sour, finesse and lightness, aromas of dried fruits, fresh, playful finish
Vineyards: Bozen, Kaiserau, 270 m above sea level deep, sandy, well-aerated clay soils at the confluence of the Etsch and Eisack rivers, facing south
Vine training: with guyot
Vinification: temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel at 20°C for 8 days: the mash is pressed, with half the juice matured in stainless steel barrels and half in small wooden barrels for at least 12 months
Recommended with: chocolate mousse and fresh strawberries or raspberries, apple strudel, nut cake, buckwheat cake, sweet dumplings...
Drinking temperature: 12-14°C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
An aromatic white wine made an old local variety. It is characterised by the scent of nutmeg, roses, citrus fruits, cloves and elderflowers. Strong its body, fresh its acidity. The age of the vines varies between seven and 20 years. Elevated in steel tanks, the wine is bottled in April and is best to be enjoyed in the following two years.
The splendid and intensive rose aroma with light untertones of vanilla is enough to inspire even extremely spoilt palates. An impessive finish.
Decent and home-made deer ragout of the butcher's shop Villgrater, simply warm up and put about the cooked pasta (spaghetti, penne or any kind of noodles), polenta, Crostini or on the rice.. After opening it, put in refrigerator and consume within less days.
Craft high-class ham with juniper crust, cooked, lightly smoked with aromatic juniper taste. Very well suitably as an hors-d'oeuvre or main food.
Gewürztraminer grappa is a noble and special product of our firm. It is rare and exclusive and has a unique aroma and flavour thanks to the distillation of unpressed Gewürztraminer grape marks. Gewüztraminer is a South Tyrolean vine growing in the area of the Wine road (Weinstrasse) around Tramin.