Lagrein St. Anna from South Tyrol

Lagrein St. Anna

An indigenous grape varietal from South Tyrol, Lagrein makes for wines with character and body. Of dark ruby red colour, its aromas remind us of cherries, vanilla and wood. It is supple and rich on the palate. This elegant wine is an excellent fit with grilled and braised dishes. We also like to drink it on its own.

fruity
spicy
sweetness
acidity
tannins
body

Location: Tscherms

Altitude: 380 m

Hillside vineyard: South

Soil: moraine soils

Grape variety: Lagrein

Type of wine: still wine

Maturing: 5 years

Volume percent: 14% Vol

Total acidity: 5 g/l

Serving temperature: 18 - 20 °C

Serving suggestion: roasted, braised dishes; beef, game, lamb, South Tyrolean dishes, Asian dishes, hard cheese, bacon

Optics: purple – dark granet red

Odour: intense spicy and fruity notes: leather, tobacco, cherry, blackberry, cocao

Body: intense and powerful, well structured and integrated soft tannins, long elegant and persistent finish

Vinification: harvested by hand in small bins, maceration on the skins at a controlled temperature, pumping over of the cap to intensify the typical aromas, ageing and maturation in small wooden barrels

Cultivation: no use of herbicides; sustainable and in harmony with nature

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