“The Müller Thurgau grape variety is cultivated in our highest and at the same time steepest vineyards. These are located at high altitudes ranging from 500 to 900 m above sea level. The resulting wines are distinguished by elegance and typicity, with characteristic notes of peach and nutmeg.”
Origin: South Tyrol – Italy
DOC Designation: Alto Adige
Variety: 100% Müller Thurgau
Yield: 63 hl/ha
Slope: 20- 70 %
Altitude: 500 – 900 m s. l. m.
Manual grape harvest and selection. Gentle crushing and racking. Slow temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Aged for 5-7 months on fine lees in steel drums.
- Alcohol content: 12.5 percent vol.
- Residual sugar: 1.6 g/l
- Total acidity: 6 .0 g/l
As an aperitif, but also paired with swordfish carpaccio, steamed lake fish (such as trout with boiled potatoes) or baked sea bass. Boiled meat with celery puree, fresh alpine cheese.