Typical South Tyrolean red wine made the Schiava grape, with a strong ruby to garnet red colour. Its bouquet is characterised by a broad palette as fruity aromas, forest fruits through to cherries, which then open up and intensify on the palate. Delicate and yet at the same time with a strong structure, this St. Magdalener is a pleasant, tempting wine. It goes especially well with roasts, game and spicy cheeses. It gains in strength and intensity when aged in the cellar.
VINEYARDS: in S. Maddalena next to Bolzano
VINIFICATION: Fermentation parts in stainless steel tanks, parts in big oaks
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Cut cheese bovine raw milk, Appearance: wrapped in hay, Aroma: hay, Flavour: full - well - rounded flavour, Consistency: rubbery - crumbly, Maturation: 5-12 months in barrique
Brilliant, straw-yellow colour with light green hints. The aroma is delicate with pronounced notes of subtropical fruit. Quite intense flavour and a good, medium-bodied structure, coupled with lively acidity.
The stone pine is a tree that usually grows on an altitude of 1800 m and is appreciated for its digestive and soothing properties. The cones are left to infuse cold in fresh grappa with stone pine cones that will confer the traditional red colour. Spicy and unique flavour.
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