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Gewürztraminer

This variety is one of the most popular white wines in Alto Adige. Our Gewürztraminer owes its character to a combination of grapes from two wine-growing areas: The warm sites around Termeno give the wine substance, body and sweetness, while the higher and cooler sites in Valle Isarco confer freshness, finesse and a fine aromatic structure. There can be more than six weeks difference between the grape harvests in the Bassa Atesina and in Valle Isarco. 

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2020
GEWÜRZTRAMINER
12,5 % Vol

Color

Brilliant, straw-yellow

Aroma

Pronounced aromatic, fresh, ripen yellow fruit (mirabelle, apricot), fine exotical spices

Flavour

Medium to full-bodied, juicy pronounced minerality, long aftertase, dry

Food

As an aperitif or after dinner drink, with well-flavoured starters such as sausages, pâtés and terrines, grilled fish and shellfish, Asian food, cheeses

Origin

vineyards in Magrè, Cortaccia, Termeno and Isarco valley. 250 to 750 metres a.s.l.

Soil

Sandy, gravelly and, to some extent, loamy

Vinification

Maturation on the lees in stainless steel tanks (approximately 4 months).
Fermentation: termperature control in stainless steel tanks

Best to be drunk

Best to be drunk: 1-2 years

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Partners

As well as fostering good working relationships with our wine-growing partners, we also work closely with local stock farmers and vegetable growers.

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