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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.
The history of the winery began 150 years ago, already in the farsighted sign of eco-sustainability obtained from the natural stone subsoil, it was subsequently modernized and transformed into one of the most beautiful and richest traditional wineries in South Tyrol.
The Pinot Nero Meczan is a wine for refined palates that desire softness, fruity aromas and a strong fragrance. Ruby red in color, it's fresh and fragrant, with hints of forest fruit and cherry, ideal for those who appreciate a full and defined taste in a wine.
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.
The Pinot Noir Maglen is born from an oenological project that represents the work of 300 vintners tied to this land for generations, capable of expressing all the elegance and the incomparable scents of a unique terroir, to convey local experience and culture, ever since, intimately linked to the mountains, nature and rhythms.
Blauburgunder is how Pinot Noir is called in South Tyrol, where in the south we can find Mazon, part of the municipality of Egna, an area of Pinot Nero DOC where the Kollerhof estate is located. It's a wine with a ruby red color, and an elegant taste, fresh on the palate with particularly soft tannins. Ideal with red or white meat, roasted or grilled.