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First mentioned in association with Alto Adige in a historical document dated 1370, this native variety is an icon of wine-growing in Alto Adige. It is the result of a natural cross of Teroldego and another native grape variety and is a relative of Syrah. Lagrein flourishes in the hot sites in the Bolzano river basin where the soils are high in sand content, gravel and porphyry.

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11,5 % Vol


Cherry red with a ruby shimmer


Intense, fruity (plums, berry), spicy, animal notes


medium-bodied, structured, fresh, present tannins, refined bitter


Red meat such as beef and lamb, venison, game and all kind of cheeses


Selected vineyards in the Bolzano area, Ora and Magrè. 230 to 330 metres a.s.l. (750 - 1,080 feet)


Deep and sandy, alluvial soils with content of limestone


Malolactic fermentation, partly in concrete vessels and partly in stainless steel tanks (approximately 12 months).
Maceration in stainless steel tanks

Best to be drunk

Best to be drunk: 2-6 years


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