Our pinot bianco grows in the Trifall vineyard at an altitude of 450 m. After the harvest, which is performed with various successive pickings for a period of two weeks, the controlled low temperature fermentation takes place in acacia barrels. The successive refinement also takes place in local acacia barrels, to confer this wine with its fresh and fruited apple and honey aromas.
The full variety of flavours is best revealed when our "Lenz" is drunk as an aperitif or enjoyed with light starters, pasta dishes, risotto or fish. Like this, its fine bouquet can unfold, prompting your tastebuds to burst into bloom.
lively, quaffable, lightly aromatic white wine - a pleasant tone of nutmeg that varies in intensity depending upon the vineyard location is typical of the variety. This wine, which is both spicy and lively, is reminiscent of a freshly mown Alpine meadow. The high mountain acidity is harmoniously interwoven with the fruitiness, yielding flavors of yellow peaches, honey, nutmeg blossoms, hazel nuts, and peach blossom tea.
Colour: straw yellow with intensive green reflexes Aroma: fresh fruits, ripe Williams pears, herbs with mint and melissa, tangy, a hint of black tea, slightly buttery and nutty Taste: powerfully structured, hefty and heavy with slightly bitter, long finish
Colour: Intense golden yellow; Nose: A distinctive bouquet reminiscent of rose-petal and spices; Flavour: A full-bodied, concentrated wine with well-integrated, mild though refreshing acidity, rich and bursting with flavour; intensely aromatic on the finish. Notes: A wine with enormous appeal, multi-layered and rich in aromatic nuances
A pleasant, full-bodied white wine with a rare elegance. Light green reflections sparkle through its golden colour. Its bouquet is characterised by fruity aromas, especially those of fresh green apples, such as those which ripen beside the vineyards of Merol. A fine balance between acidity and smoothness bestows a special structure on this Chardonnay. A fruity, lively, inviting wine which, when served chilled, goes well with many appetisers, with fish and white meat, or which may be enjoyed simply as an outstanding aperitif.
This powerful white wine shows a straw yellow colour with green reflexes, a complex bouquet of lime, peaches and hints of mango and has a wonderful mouth fill and structure without missing the acidity that gives him the freshness in the aftertaste. A very complex and versatile wine that can be paired to many dishes.
The St. Valentin Comtess' is an especially rare speciality of the winery. A dessert wine of irresistible type, complexity and finesse. After a late harvest (mid-November) Gewürztraminer grapes are mixed with those of Riesling, Sauvignon and dried in wooden crates for several weeks, then they are pressed and transferred to a steel casket for maturation. Comtess' is characterised by a multiface - ted bouquet with aromas reminiscent of roses, cinamon and nutmeg. The young, fresh fragrances intensify in their complexity when correctly matured in the bottle, gradually assuming discrete hints of honey. An elegantly tasteful dessert wine with a full-bodied, fresh acidity which pairs harmoniously with the matching residual sweetness. It unleashes on the palate a delicate symphony of impressions and experiences, which leave behind a lasting effect. A wine with a future, which can be left to mature at the winery for several years without further ado.
Full yellow in colour; a deliciously intensely aromatic and floral bouquet with hints of honey and ginger with a flavour of lychees; full-bodied, luscious but dry, the opulence cut by vibrant, firm acidity.
Colour: pale-gold yellow; Aroma: lovely captivating aromas of flowers (roses) and spice mingle with nuances of litchis and ripe bananas; Taste: well balanced and strong on the palate, full - bodied, with a fresh acidity.Very persistent in the mouth.
The Sauvignon is good as aperitif, with not too heavy starters and most fish dishes. A special combination is Sauvignon with asparagus. Therefore the Sauvignon is also called "Spargelwein" (Wine for Asparagus).
This Chardonnay is an extraordinarily well-loved white wine with a green-yellow colour, delicately fruity nose and lively flavour. As the alcohol content is very low this wine is ideal accompaniment to light dishes and starters during hot summer days. A perfect summerwine!!!.
Pinot Grigio is of an intense straw-yellow colour, with a fragrant floral bouquet recalling locust flowers, sage and hay, almonds and sandalwood. After an adequate time in the bottle, aromas of linden flowers and honey develop. The wine wins over the palate with its fineness and elegance, and for its fresh full bodiedness.
Pinot Bianco is part of the Burgundian Pinot family and is related to Pinot Grigio and the principal grape of Pinot family, Pinot Noir. As a wine, Pinot Blanc feels fresh and rich yet dry. It has a greenish yellow to light yellow color and light scents of green apple. The wine also shows a complex nutty flavor and hints of green leaves. It feels balanced between richness of texture and bright acidity.
Colour: light, fresh, golden yellow; Aroma: intensely varied bouquet with fresh rose petals, dried apricots, honey and elegantly spicy notes. Taste: round, teases the palate, luscious, pleasantly spicy and salty with fine notes and an intensively elegant finish.
Straw yellow in color. Tipical fruity and aromatic Traminer scent with a fragrance of intense spicy, floreal and smoked notes. The palate texture is rich and full with a harmonious after-tast. This powerful wine is paticulary enjoyable as an aperitive or with lobster, langoustine and grilled fish. It is also excellent to enjoy on its own on special occasions.
Golden yellow color. Extremely complex range of aroma with notes of the red apple, the Williams pear and melon, underlined by a decent note of timber. It is strong while drinking with a balanced body and a fresh aftertaste.
This Pinot Grigio is pale yellow to sandy in color and subtle in its bouquet, with fruity notes of pears and candied furits. The eloquent, harmonious body emphasizes its dry, full-bodied taste and round finish.
Müller Thurgau is the result of a crossing between Riesling and Sylvaner. The bunches are fine and have green-yellowish fragrant grapes. The wine's delicate note of aromatic walnut and moderate acidity are highly appreciated. This wine is best served with hors d'oeuvres, seafood, grilled fish and white meat.
The wine presents a bright, golden yellow with green reflections. The nose is evocative of peaches and elderberry blossoms with fine citrus notes. On the palate, it reveals a lively flavor full of finesse, with good acidity and hints of mineral.