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5 + 1 • CHARDONNAY Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019 • Screw cap
Originating from France, Chardonnay has been cultivated in Alto Adige for more than a hundred years. This variety thrives on warm sites at higher elevations around Bolzano and produces an elegant wine with well-balanced acidity and a bouquet of exotic notes. Grape variety Chardonnay Cultivating area Warm and dry slopes around Bolzano at 350 to 500 meters a.s.l. Harvest date Middle to end of October Vinification The carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp. Tasting notes Color: pale straw yellow with golden hues Aroma: exotic notes such as pineapple, mango and honeydew melon Taste: fresh and elegant, with a well-balanced acidity and pleasant opulence Food pairing Fish dishes in general, starters, vegetarian dishes, also as an aperitif Alcohol: 13 % vol Residual sugar: 4,1 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€49.50*

5 + 1 • PINOT GRIGIO Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019 • Screw cap
Pinot Grigio is one of Italy’s most prominent and also most noble white wines. In the subalpine climate of Alto Adige, the Pinot Grigio can develop its smoky aroma, powerful structure and its typical character and charm. Grape variety Pinot Grigio (Pinot Gris in French, also known as Ruländer or Grauburgunder) Cultivating area On warm alluvial and gravelly soils in Bolzano and on the Renon Harvest date Beginning to middle of September Vinification The carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp. Tasting notes Color: bright straw yellow with golden hues Aroma: fruity aromas of pears and apples, light notes of honey and nut Taste: full-flavored, mellow and rich in extracts Food pairing Mushrooms, flavorsome fish dishes, seafood and specialities of Alto Adige Alcohol: 13,5% vol Residual sugar: 4,5 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€49.50*

CABERNET Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2018
Cabernet, one of the noble grape varieties, has been cultivated in Alto Adige for more than a hundred years. The grapes for this fruity and zesty wine are harvested from selected vineyards.Grape varietyCabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet FrancCultivating areaOn the warmest soils in the valley bottom around Bolzano and in the Adige ValleyHarvest dateMiddle to end of OctoberVinificationTraditional fermentation of the must, malolactic fermentation in stainless steel, short period of maturation in the bottleTasting notesColor: deep rubyAroma: fruity aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry, cranberry; delicate spicy aromasTaste: full-bodied, intense yet elegant wine with finely structured tanninsFood pairingSubstantial dishes with grilled or roasted red meats, game and mature cheesesAlcohol: 14 % volResidual sugar: 3,8 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€10.50*

CESLAR GEWÜRZTRAMINER Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2020
Traminer was a familiar wine in German-speaking areas as far back as the 13th century. Today this aromatic wine is one of the most popular in Alto Adige. As the name indicates, the Gewürztraminer originates from the Alto Adige village of Termeno (Tramin in German). The grapes, which are harvested from selected sites, produce a wine that is intensely fruity and full-flavored with a zesty opulence.Grape varietyGewürztraminerCultivating areaSteep slopes around Bolzano at 400 to 600 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateEnd of September to beginning of OctoberVinificationShort cold maceration, light pressing and temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steelTasting notesColor: bright straw yellow with golden huesAroma: aromatic with notes of rose, lychee, grapefruit and lime, and hints of orange zest and cloveTaste: full-flavored, complex and smooth with a lovely aromatic note and lively acidityFood pairingCrustaceans, Asian dishes, young to medium-aged cheesesAlcohol: 14,5 % volResidual sugar: 5,0 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€12.50*

CHARDONNAY Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Originating from France, Chardonnay has been cultivated in Alto Adige for more than a hundred years. This variety thrives on warm sites at higher elevations around Bolzano and produces an elegant wine with well-balanced acidity and a bouquet of exotic notes.Grape varietyChardonnayCultivating areaWarm and dry slopes around Bolzano at 350 to 500 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateMiddle to end of OctoberVinificationThe carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.Tasting notesColor: pale straw yellow with golden huesAroma: exotic notes such as pineapple, mango and honeydew melonTaste: fresh and elegant, with a well-balanced acidity and pleasant opulenceFood pairingFish dishes in general, starters, vegetarian dishes, also as an aperitifAlcohol: 13 % volResidual sugar: 4,1 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.90*

LAGREIN Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Lagrein, one of the most typical red wine varieties of Alto Adige and the Bolzano Winery, thrives on the valley floor around Bolzano with its pronounced diurnal temperature variations. The grape variety produces intensely colored and complex wines with the typical acidity of Lagrein.Grape varietyLagreinCultivating areaWarm sandy alluvial soils in vineyards near Gries/BolzanoHarvest dateBeginning to middle of OctoberVinificationTraditional fermentation of the must, malolactic fermentation in stainless steel, short period of maturation in the bottleTasting notesColor: intense ruby with purple huesAroma: fruity aromas of ripe cherry and blackberry with floral aromas of violets and lilac, typical note of cocoa, spicy aromasTaste: full-bodied, well structured tannins, elegant and juicyFood pairingSpeck, sausage, meat dishes and gameAlcohol: 13 % volResidual sugar: 4,5 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€11.50*

MERLOT Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Merlot, one of the noble grape varieties, has been cultivated in Alto Adige for more than a hundred years. The grapes for this fruity and zesty wine, with its typical light vegetal notes, are harvested from selected vineyards.Grape varietyMerlotCultivating areaWarm slopes in the Adige Valley and around Bolzano at 300 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateBeginning to middle of OctoberVinificationTraditional fermentation of the must, malolactic fermentation in stainless steel, short period of maturation in the bottleTasting notesColor: deep rubyAroma: fruity aromas of dark berries, light spicy notes, dark chocolate and a hint of hayTaste: expressive, full-flavored, with a soft well-balanced structureFood pairingGrilled or roasted red meats, game and medium-aged cheesesAlcohol: 14 % volResidual sugar: 3,9 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€10.50*

MOSCATO GIALLO dry Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2020
Moscato Giallo or Goldmuskateller is an aromatic grape variety that has been cultivated in Alto Adige for centuries. Unlike the more usual sweet version, this Moscato Giallo is a dry wine.Grape varietyMoscato GialloCultivating areaSelected sun-blessed sites around Bolzano at 300 to 550 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateEnd of September to middle of OctoberVinificationGentle pressing and temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steelTasting notesColor: pale straw yellow with greenish huesAroma: aromatic, with notes of nutmeg, fruity notes of citrus and apricotTaste: elegant and fresh with a well-balanced acidity and delicate mineral aftertasteFood pairingFresh and medium-aged cheeses, ideal companion to fish and herb-prepared cuisine, and also as an aperitifAlcohol: 13,0 % volResidual sugar: 5,0 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.90*

MOSCATO GIALLO sweet Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Moscato Giallo, or Goldmuskateller, has a typical nutmeg aroma, in this case paired with a light note of honeydew melon. A hint of residual sugar makes the wine deliciously smooth.Grape varietyMoscato GialloCultivating areaSelected slopes around San Genesio AtesinoHarvest dateEnd of September to middle of OctoberVinificationGentle pressing and temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steelTasting notesColor: pale straw yellow with greenish huesAroma: aromatic, with notes of nutmeg, fruity notes of citrus and apricotTaste: elegant and fresh with a well-balanced acidity and delicate mineral aftertaste, pleasant residual sugarFood pairingTypical desserts of Alto Adige like filled donuts and apple strudelAlcohol: 11,5 % volResidual sugar: 55,0 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.90*

MÜLLER THURGAU EISACKTALER Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Müller Thurgau, a popular variety named after Hermann Mülller as the man who produced the hybrid, yields fresh and aromatic wines with a pleasant lively opulence.Grape varietyMüller ThurgauCultivating areaHigh-elevation sites at the mouth of the Isarco Valley and on the Renon at 600 to 700 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateMiddle of September to middle of OctoberVinificationThe carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.Tasting notesColor: straw yellow with greenish huesAroma: floral, delicate nutmeg note, aromatic, exotic fruitsTaste: dry, crisp, lively, with a pleasant opulenceFood pairingLight starters, asparagus, wine soup and fish, and also as an aperitifAlcohol: 12,5% volResidual sugar: 3,5 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.90*

PINOT BIANCO Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Pinot Blanc – or Pinot Bianco in Italian – was introduced to Alto Adige by Archduke John of Austria around 1850. It does best on sites with dry, loamy and calcareous soils and pronounced diurnal temperature variations.Grape varietyPinot BiancoCultivating areaSelected slopes around Bolzano at 300 to 750 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateBeginning to middle of SeptemberVinificationThe carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.Tasting notesColor: bright straw yellow with greenish huesAroma: fruity aromas of yellow apples and pears with a whiff of peach and pineappleTaste: fresh opulence, persistent on the palateFood pairingAsparagus, fish and vegetarian dishes, also as an aperitifAlcohol: 13 % volResidual sugar: 4,5 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.90*

PINOT GRIGIO Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Pinot Grigio is one of Italy’s most prominent and also most noble white wines. In the subalpine climate of Alto Adige, the Pinot Grigio can develop its smoky aroma, powerful structure and its typical character and charm.Grape varietyPinot Grigio (Pinot Gris in French, also known as Ruländer or Grauburgunder)Cultivating areaOn warm alluvial and gravelly soils in Bolzano and on the RenonHarvest dateBeginning to middle of SeptemberVinificationThe carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.Tasting notesColor: bright straw yellow with golden huesAroma: fruity aromas of pears and apples, light notes of honey and nutTaste: full-flavored, mellow and rich in extractsFood pairingMushrooms, flavorsome fish dishes, seafood and specialities of Alto AdigeAlcohol: 13,5% volResidual sugar: 4,5 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.90*

PINOT NERO Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2020
Pinot Nero, or Pinot Noir in French, originates from Burgundy and has been cultivated in Alto Adige for more than a century. The grapes for this Pinot Nero grow on selected sites on the slopes of the Renon in the Bolzano area.Grape varietyPinot NeroCultivating areaWarm and well-ventilated sites on the Renon and in Oberleitach at 500 to 750 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateSeptemberVinificationThe must is fermented in stainless steel and a portion left to mature in wooden casks for a short period.Tasting notesColor: rich rubyAroma: fruity aromas of red cherry, raspberry and plum, and floral aromas of violets with a delicate spicy note of licoriceTaste: full-flavored, fruity, smooth, medium-bodied with light tanninsFood pairingBeef, lamb, wildfowl such as duck or pheasant, mature cheesesAlcohol: 13,0 % volResidual sugar: 4,2 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€12.00*

PUNTSCHEIT KERNER Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2020
Kerner is a hybrid of Schiava Grossa and Riesling which was first cultivated in Weinsberg, Germany around 1930. The variety does best on very light, gravelly and sandy soils at higher elevations of the middle reaches of the Isarco Valley, which is a very sunny locationGrape varietyKernerCultivating areaSteep sun-blessed slopes in the Isarco Valley and on the Renon at about 600 to 800 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateBeginning OctoberVinificationThe carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.Tasting notesColor: straw yellow with green huesAroma: intensive, light note of nutmeg, aromatic, fruity with notes of peach, apricot and mandarin orangeTaste: dry, full-flavored and juicyFood pairingLight starters, cold meats, egg and mushroom dishes, freshwater fish and steamed seafood, also outstanding as an aperitifAlcohol: 13,5 % volResidual sugar: 5,0 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€12.50*

RIESLING Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Introduced to Alto Adige by Archduke John of Austria in the 19th century, Riesling is one of the most elegant and refined white wines. In contrast to their German forebears, Rieslings in Alto Adige are usually fermented dry, i.e. without any residual sugar.Grape varietyRieslingCultivating areaSlopes around Bolzano and the Isarco Valley at 500 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateBeginning to middle of OctoberVinificationThe carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.Tasting notesColor: greenish to pale yellowAroma: fruity aromas of peach und apricot, delicately floral, slightly etherealTaste: dry, elegant, fresh with a pleasant acidity, livelyFood pairingFish and crustaceans, poultry, goat’s cheese and vegetarian dishesAlcohol: 13 % volResidual sugar: 3,5 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€11.90*

ROSÉ PISCHL Vigneti delle Dolomiti Rosato IGT 2019
This rosé is a fresh and fruity summer wine that is served lightly chilled as an aperitif or with startersGrape varietyA composition of various varietiesCultivating areaAt 250 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateMiddle to end of SeptemberVinificationThe red wine grapes are lightly pressed and the must fermented in stainless steel.Tasting notesColor: pink to pale rubyAroma: delicately fruity aromas of red berries, (strawberry and raspberry) and sour cherry, and floral aromas of violets with notes of marzipanTaste: elegant harmonious opulence with a fresh and juicy acidityFood pairingIdeal as an aperitif and also with cold starters and main dishes such as beef tartar, carpaccio, pasta, pizza as well as fish and white meatsAlcohol: 12,5 % volResidual sugar: 4,0 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.00*

SILVANER EISACKTALER Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
Alto Adige has been home to Silvaner for more than 200 years. The vines grow mainly on warm, well ventilated sites as found in the Isarco Valley and on the Renon. The Silvaner presents fresh and fruity, delicate and elegant.Grape varietySilvanerCultivating areaWarm, well ventilated slopes on the Renon and in the Isarco Valley at 500 to 650 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateEnd of September to beginning of OctoberVinificationThe carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.Tasting notesColor: light straw yellow with greenish huesAroma: fruity aromas of melon, peach and green appleTaste: dry, fruity, pleasantly aromatic with a fine acidityFood pairingLight starters, wine soup and fish, also as an aperitifAlcohol: 13 % volResidual sugar: 4,0 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€10.50*

ST. MAGDALENER CLASSICO Südtirol • Alto Adige DOC 2019
The hill of Santa Maddalena to the north of Bolzano gives this classic Alto Adige wine its name. Schiava and Lagrein grow together in the vineyard.Grape varietySchiava e LagreinCultivating areaLoose morainic soils on the hills of Santa Maddalena, Santa Giustina and Coste at 200 to 500 meters a.s.l.Harvest dateMiddle of September to beginning of OctoberVinificationThe Schiava and Lagrein are harvested and fermented together. A portion of the wine matures in large wooden barrels.Tasting notesColor: light rubyAroma: fruity aromas of red cherry and raspberry with floral aromas of violets and roses, typical notes of bitter almond and marzipanTaste: full-flavored, smooth, well-rounded, medium-bodiedFood pairingCold platters, starters, meat and cheese dishes, pizzaAlcohol: 13 % volResidual sugar: 3,6 g/l (Depending on the year, the value ​​may vary slightly)

€9.10*