GAUN Chardonnay

The name takes us back to the 17th century and the family of the Barons Gaun, the first owners of the Löwengang estate. In 1934, when Alois III saw the excellent results produced by the Chardonnay grape variety in the dolomitic limestone soil on the Magrè talus cone, he decided to purchase Löwengang. 150 years ago, Chardonnay and other international grape varieties were planted there, such as Cabernet, Carmenère and Riesling. 

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13 % Vol


Clear, bright gold-yellow with a green shimmer


Lightly aromatic, pronounced bouquet, fruity (apricot, mango) butter notes


Medium bodied, lively, juicy, retrained oppulent, dry


Starters, all types of seafood (fish and shellfish), pork and veal, poultry


Scree of Magrè. 230 to 250 metres a.s.l. (750 - 820 feet)


Sandy, gravely with limestome


On the lees, partly in large casks and partly in stainless steel tanks (approximately 9 months). Partly fermented on the mash, partly on the whole cluster.
Spontaneous fermentation

Best to be drunk

Best to be drunk: 2-6 years

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