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Alcoholic strength: 13.5% vol.
Classification: Südtirol – Alto Adige D.O.C..
Grape type: native.
Grape variety: 100% Lagrein.
Geographical location: Bolzano, Gries-Moritzing, 250-280 m a.s.l.
Serving temperature: 15°-17° C.
Retention period: 10 years.
Vinification: The precious grapes ferment for 14 days at a controlled temperature of 30° C in stainless steel. Fermentation follows malolactic fermentation in steel tanks and aging in small wooden barrels for 14-16 months.
Upon visual examination the sample is limpid, of a very intense garnet red color, of good consistency.
The nose opens with floral hints reminiscent of a potpourri of delicately withered red flowers, followed by a scent of ripe dark berries, blackberry, currant and blueberry, there is also a note of durone cherries. Hints of undergrowth leave the perfume with notes of frayed tobacco and eucalyptus.
On the palate the sip is supported by a good tannic texture, velvety, well balanced in its components, along the aftertaste of chocolate and coffee.
It is recommended in combination with dishes with games.
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