Garnet red color, floral scent of violet, delicate almond tone, harmonious and slightly spicy finish.
St. Magdalener Schallerhof is made up of 90% Schiava grapes and 10% Lagrein. The two grape varieties were planted in a mixed ensemble in the vineyard, which means that here we are talking about a cuvée. This wine combines the aromas of the Schiava with the full structure of Lagrein, both native blends of Alto Adige.
Name: The name Schallerhof derives the farm in whose vineyards these grapes grow.
Label: In the center of the vineyard there is a tower built in Tibetan style, which makes this vineyard absolutely unique.
90% Schiava (Vernatsch) and 10% Lagrein - Alto Adige DOC.
The classic home of Santa Maddalena is the homonymous mountain north-east of Bolzano.
Manual harvest, 10 - 14 days of maceration in stainless steel, 6 months of aging on the fine lees.
Bacon, appetizers, cheeses and light meat dishes.
13 - 15°C.
3 - 5 years.
750 ml - 75 cl - 0,75 lt.
wine can contain suphites.
The Castelfeder Estate Winery was founded in Egna more than 50 years ago by Alfons Giovanett, but since that time, hardly anything has remained the same. “The product line has been expanded, production has increased, the processes in the winery have been modernized, and the market has become more international,” says Günther Giovanett, who took over the estate his father Alfons and runs it with his children Ivan and Ines. Today, the Castelfeder Estate Winery encompasses 65 hectares, on which 70 percent is planted with white wine varieties.“The focus is on Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Sauvignon Blanc,” Giovanett explains. With the red wines, the concentration is on Pinot Noir.
yr. 2016 Vinum Wine Magazine:
15 of 20 Points.
"Vinum Wine Magazine" has rated the wine "" from the vintage 2016 on 01.05.2018 with 15 of 20 points.
yr. 2009 Vinum Wine Magazine:
15 of 20 Points.
"Vinum Wine Magazine" has rated the wine "" from the vintage 2009 on 01.10.2010 with 15 of 20 points.