The Wine Collection, share the passion and tradition of the St. Michael-Eppan winery
and their long-lasting precious wines.

Sauvignon

2015

"The Wine Collection" Sauvignon 2015 is the first wine from this new collection. TWC comprises the best expression of a range of varietal wines, from a highly limited production. The wine that opens this collection can only be a Sauvignon, because this is the grape variety that is, without doubt, most closely associated with Hans Terzer.

at sight

Straw yellow with light green reflections

to the nose

Exotic fruit, gooseberry aroma, hints of kiwi, white currant and white peach

on the palate

Minerality, spicy, balance of elegance and freshness

Variety

Sauvignon

Area of cultivation

Sites: the grapes come exclusively from selected plots in the Appiano Monte vineyard (Eppan Berg)
Soil: Limestone gravel
Training system: Guyot

Vine Age

25 to 35 years

Harvest

2015: end September

Vinification

Three days maceration, gentle pressing.
After fermentation, 12 months maturation in large oak barrels and a further 12 months in steel tanks

Yield

40 hl/ha

ANALYTICAL DATA

Alcohol Content: 14 %
Residual Sugar: 5 gr/l
Acidity: 6 gr/l

Serving Temperature

8-10°

Storage/Potential

10 years or more

Pairing Recommendations

Strong fish, asparagus dishes, white meat.

Awards

Gardini Notes 99 P

doctor wine 95+ P

I Vini di Veronelli 94 P

falstaff 94 P

jamessuckling 94 P

Bibenda 5 grappoli

vitae 4 viti

EXTRAORDINARY LIMITED  AUTHORS' EDITIONS

TWC - THE WINE COLLECTION 


In 2018, St. Michael-Eppan Winery introduced the concept of the new line “TWC - The Wine Collection”.

"TWC - The Wine Collection" label history began when an exclusive harvest selection was assigned to the care of Hans Terzer to discover the talent and longevity in each single variety.

Today, with "TWC - The Wine Collection" St. Michael-Eppan offers limited productions of about 3,000 bottles per grape variety.
Only the memorable vintages will be in this collection. Premium selected grapes, a new idea of winemaking and a dedicated label: resulting in great sensory emotions from a privileged prospective.

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