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Alto Adige Lagrein DOC

History The Lagrein is one of the oldest varieties from South Tyrol. In the past, this wine was produced mainly as a Rosé. Since the 1980’s onward, the “dark” version prevailed.  Vineyards Our Lagrein derives a benefit from the deep sedimentary soils of the Talfer River in Bolzano, which are optimal for this variety and responsible for the pleasant character of Lagrein wines from Bolzano. Vinification After the fermentation in concrete eggs at 30°C, the wine matures in big wooden barrels.  Technical data Acidity: 5.1 g/l Residual sugar: 2.0 g/l Alcohol: 12.9% vol The serving temperature should be around 18–10 °C. The Lagrein can be aged for 5 – 6 years, good vintages even longer.

It is a pleasant, dry red wine, with notes of violets, chocolate and liquorice, on the palate it is velvety and with mild acidity. 
It is rich in tannins, but in the Bolzano basin, these tannins evolve in a very mild and sweet way.

Lagrein 100%




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