The "Glögglhügel", a small, gentle moraine covered hill which provides a unique location for the Vernatsch grape (Italian: schiava).
Varieties: 95% Groß-, Mitter-, and Tschaggelevernatsch and approx. 5% Lagrein
Canopy management: "Pergola" training system, integrated production
Vinification: stalk removal, subsequent temperature-controlled fermenting and ten-day-contact with the must in stainless steel vats
Maturation: biological acidity reduction and ageing in large oak barrels
Alcohol: 12.5-13% by vol.
Characteristics: - colour: ruby red - smell: fruity and flowery with a scent of cherries and violets - taste: velvety, harmonious, juicy, fresh, mild acidity, soft and supple tannins with a soft, rounded finish
Goes well with: various starters and meat dishes, poultry, rabbit, lamb, rich cheeseboards, "Marende" (local snacks)
Serving temperature: 15-16°C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 13.00 %