100% Bronner. Bronner is a fungus-resistant grape variety (PIWI) and most of the vineyard was planted in 2018. It is ideal for organic wine production; indeed it is regarded as one of the most important white varieties in our neutral wine segment.
The grapes thrive at 'Hof Gandberg', which is located in Eppan Berg at 520 metres above sea level at the eastern foot of the Gandberg mountain. The loamy, calcareous and deep soil has a high white Dolomite rock content.
Yield: ?? hl per hectare.
The grapes were picked by hand on Begin October when they were fully ripe. Their skins were already very thin and had a light, brownish hue, which showed their wonderful ripeness. These grapes were pleasantly mild in taste, with a great fruit accent and fresh acidity. The grapes were pressed gently, with the must then left to ferment spontaneously, naturally, in stainless steel vats without controlled temperature. The aging process of this Bronner on dregs continued until June. At the end of August it was bottled; now you can enjoy its taste in perfect harmony.
The Bronner wine has a bright colour and a gentle fruity aroma. The elegant flavour of this fresh white wine surprises the palate with spicy notes, tasting of sage and ripe drupe fruits.
Thanks to its full body with a slightly austere touch, this PIWI white wine is ideal in combination with a light meal.
12 - 14°C.
min. 5 years.
Alcoholic content: 12.50 %
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Our „Kukuck“ is a very characterful wine that stands out many organic onces with its peculiarity and high quality. As mineral, fruity, fresh and persistent, it inspires almost everyone and will be long remembered on the palate and in the mind. It is a cuvée of 30% Solaris and 70% Muscaris, both fungus-resistant grape varieties that have a good resistance to downy mildew and powdery mildew and thus enable us to work completely naturally and without chemical pesticides phytosanitary products.