Name: South Tyrol St. Magdalener classic
St. Magdalener is a typical South Tyrolean red wine made Vernatsch and Lagrein grapes, of a pleasing colour that ranges ruby to garnet. It has a wide pallet of fruity flavours, almonds to wild cherries, which expand and intensify on the palate. It is delicate yet has a powerful structure.
Location and characteristics of the soil: on the sunny slopes around the village St. Magdalena near Bolzano (300 - 400 m a.s.l.)
Vine training system: Pergola
Fermentation: slow fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel, then maturation in large wooden barrels
Recommended pairing: in generall with all appetizers, especially with Speck, cold cuts, cheeses, traditional Alto Adige home cooking, veal
Serving temperature: 12° -14°C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 12.00 %
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On the southern slopes surrounding Bolzano, the Schiava and Lagrein grapes ripen, which this round red wine is made. The velvety taste and the typical aroma with hints of almonds and violets give character to this appreciated wine.
Lagrein, aged in oaken barrels, is a strong and elegant wine with an unmistakable bitter berry scent and a likeable flavour of vanilla and violets.
After a short mash rest time, a light ruby-red must is produced the dark Lagrein grapes, which is then fermented like a white wine to deliver its fruitiness and freshness.
The high quality of the grapes and aging in wooden casks (a small amount of it is aged in barrique) make this a rich and fruity red wine to be enjoyed at leisure.