Sauvignon Blanc South tyrol Alto Adige
A.A. Sauvignon Blanc "Festival"
Sauvignon Blanc is one of the oldest French grape varieties, which gained a foothold in South Tyrol over 100 years ago, and latterly has become the breakout variety. First and foremost, it unfolds its full potential on the steep east and west-facing slopes around Merano.
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Marlengo, Cermes, Lana, Lagundo
porous weathered, humus, slightly loamy sand, morainic
10 - 20 years
Cold maceration for 12 hours in the press. Temperature controlled alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks. Ageing on the fine lees for 5 months
Bright lemon green colour. The bouquet reminds of herbs, green grasses, nettles and paprika. Elegant, spicy and fresh on the palate, persistent in the finish with a well-bounded fruit acidity.
asparagus, grilled vegetables, fish, goat cheese
3 years +
10 - 12°C
ABV: 13,5 %
TOTAL ACIDITY: 5,8 g/l
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 2,9 g/l