The hilltop of the "Glögglhügel" is called "Rondell", where very old vines of the most valuable varieties of the Vernatsch grape (Italian: schiava) are to be found. Cru Rondell offers more fruit, more substance, more depth and more tannins than St. Magdalener Classico.
Varieties: 93% Groß-, Mitter-, and Tschaggelevernatsch and 7% Lagrein
Location: hilltop of the "Glögglhügel"
Canopy management: "Pergola" training system, integrated production
Vinification: stalk removal, subsequent temperature-controlled fermenting and one-week-contact with the must in stainless steel vats Maturation: biological acidity reduction and seasoning in large oak barrels
Alcohol: 12.5-13% by vol.
Characteristics: - colour: bright, vigorous ruby red colour - smell: fruity and flowery with a scent of cherries and violets, fine almond flavour, warm - taste: velvety, harmonious, strongly developed and full bodied, depth, mild acidity, fine tannin and a lingering aftertaste Goes well with: excellent with game, dark meat, strong cheeses and "Marende" (local snacks)
Serving temperature: 15-16°C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites