The wines of this line are ambassadors of our terroir and reflect in a unique way the remarkable strengths of our individual sites. They are from selected vineyards where wine has been produced for centuries. Vinification occurs in steel tanks or wooden barrels, according to variety, so that they develop complexity and a refined bouquet. Strict quality guidelines, intense manual labour and demanding vineyard care and maintenance make them what they are: select wines that are finely structured and full of character.
In addition to being one of the oldest cultivated vines, the Pinot Noir is also one of the finest and most treasured red wines in South Tyrol. Using the saignée method (careful extraction of the juice from the must), we extract a quality grape juice from which we make a fresh and fruity rosé wine.
Fruity aroma reminiscent of raspberries and strawberry
Fresh, fruity, pleasant acidity
Sites: Various vineyards in the municipalities of Eppan.
Exposure: South, southeast, southwest
Soil: Moraine debris and limestone gravel
Training System: Guyot
mid to end of September; harvest and selection of grapes by hand
Saignée. Fermentation and development in stainless-steel tanks.
Alcohol Content: 13.5%
Acidity: 6.1 gr/lt
10 to 12 degrees (chilled: 8 to 10 degrees)
10 to 30 years
The refreshing summer wine is wonderful with a Brettljause snack board, as well as with pizza and pasta; it also pairs well with, for example, guinea fowl breast filled with wild garlic. Chilled, it is also ideal with fish dishes.