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Gewürztraminer or Traminer Aromatico is a native grape variety originating from Termeno in the Val d'Adige, with a lively straw yellow color and characterized by the typical floral and spicy aroma of cloves, roses and lychee. On the palate we find the olfactory sensations and the unique pleasure of its taste.
It was Archduke John of Austria who introduced Cabernet to Alto Adige, although it needs rather high temperatures to ripen properly. Dark garnet red color, intense aromas of red currant and herbaceous notes on the nose. On the palate it is structured edotato of soft tannins.
Pinot Noir is a vine cultivated in South Tyrol for more than 100 years where it has found a terroir favorable to its characteristics, and is notoriously considered among the best in Italy. Notes of wild berries and sour cherry aromas prevail on the nose, while the palate is round, fruity and particularly persistent.
Lagrein is native to Alto Adige, and was initially used essentially for rosé winemaking, but from the 1980s it began to establish itself as a red. The color is a ruby red, initially with violet reflections then over time garnet. On the nose, notes of violets, chocolate and licorice stand out. On the palate it's velvety and endowed with the typical sweet tannins of the Bolzano area.
Pinot Blanc is grown on the sunny slopes of the Rottensteiner estate, around Bolzano, where it arrived from Burgundy over 100 years ago and has become one of the most important white varieties in the area. Straw yellow color and fruity aroma, with notes of citrus and apple, it's fresh on the palate with a pleasant liveliness combined with a balanced acidity.
The Müller Thurgau from the Rottensteiner estate is a wine that fascinates and seduces at the first sip, with its refined bouquet of floral notes and elderflowers enriched with spicy hints reminiscent of Muscat. On the palate it is fresh and well balanced between flavor and body, with a closure characterized by citrus notes.
Kitz is a young, drinkable white cuvée produced by the Rottensteiner south tyrol winery, inspired by the German word for the ibex puppy, according to the heraldic iconography of the estate. A wine with fruity aromas and a soft taste, born to be enjoyed pleasantly in company, for an aperitif or dinner.