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Lagrein is a wine with an intense ruby red color, a delicate aroma with typical hints of red fruit such as blackberries and currants, and a floral note of violet, in the mouth it remains rich and juicy, with an intense structure and a slightly spicy finish. .
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.
La Schiava Ferruccio Carlotto is a perfect wine for those who want to taste a red with a simple character, finely fruity, with excellent freshness. La Schiava Ferruccio Carlotto is a wine produced in very few examples with great care and respect in the vineyards and in the cellar.
“Di ora in ora” Ferruccio Carlotto is a wine obtained from Lagrein grapes that ripen at Ora, a wine with a characteristic blackberry on the nose while in the mouth, a rich tannin. A wine produced respecting the grape variety in the vineyards as in the cellar.
“Filari di Mazzon” is a Pinot noir grown on the Mazzon hill where natureclayey and calcareous soil, are an excellent prerequisite for the production of a savory, round, finely tannic and fruity Pinot Noir with notes of raspberry and cassis
Pinot Noir is one of the international vines cultivated in South Tyrol since the end of the 19th century, which has found an ideal context in the South Tyrolean climate and soil. The Riserva St. Daniel by Colterenzio summarizes its aromatic depth and refinement. The color is garnet red, the nose is dominated by notes of red berries, cherry and spices. On the palate it reveals a medium body and an elegant finish.
Cabernet Sauvignon Lafòa takes its name from the pilot vineyard which marked the turning point in the production of Colterenzio wines. A jewel among South Tyrolean wines that embodies the passion and quality of workmanship in the cellar. Dark red color with purple reflections, an intense bouquet of black currant, bitter chocolate, marzipan and vanilla. On the palate it's rich and structured as a great classic.
Brunnenhof's Pinot Noir Classico is a wine of character, with a light but intensely bright ruby color, with hints of cherries, plums and a slight hint of marzipan. The fruity notes envelop the palate, with a balance and harmony typical of velvety tannins. It's an elegant wine in its simplicity, fresher than the Reserve version of the South Tyrolean cellar.