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Grown in the Pradét vineyards, vines over 60 years old offer this Gewürztraminer of ancient tradition; aromatic, spicy and savory, enriched by a delicate scent of roses. Bright straw yellow colour with brilliant golden reflections. Excellent aromatic complexity with hints of tropical fruit reminiscent of pineapple and mango, floral hints of rose on a spicy background reminiscent of ginger and vanilla pods. Rich and well-structured structure. Elegant, savoury and mineral.

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SweetnessDry ColourWhite TypeStill WinemakingConventional

The Laiten selection grows on steep hills in lean and pebbly soil, rich in limestone. This rare textured soil gives to this Lagrein its fresh aroma of blackberries and raspberries, combined with a velvety tannin that gives harmony and balance. Deep ruby red colour; great harmony on the nose with fragrant feeling of berries and spices on a warm and enveloping background reminiscent of chocolate. Rich, complex taste and long taste-olfactory persistence; sweet and silky tannins.

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SweetnessDry ColourRed TypeStill WinemakingConventional

Merlot Törggelen Le Clivie is a mellow, harmonious wine which originates in calcareous, clayey soils along the South Tyrolean Wine Road. Made from an early-ripening grape, Merlot Törggelen Le Clivie has a distinctive aroma of wild cherries and redcurrants, making it the South Tyrolean fruity Bordeaux-style wine par excellence. In keeping with South Tyrolean tradition its name pays tribute to the grape pressing celebrations, an old country custom celebrated today in the region’s most important cellars and inns.

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SweetnessMedium sweet ColourRed TypeStill WinemakingConventional

A full and fragrant white, Pinot Grigio Alto Adige Le Clivie originates in vineyards located at 400 metres above sea level, in alluvial soils with lots of detritus, right at the heart of the South Tyrol Wine Road. The peculiarity of the land, and production techniques that are attentive to the environmental balance, offer a crisp, pleasant and full-bodied wine. In keeping with South Tyrolean tradition its name pays tribute to the grape pressing celebrations, an old country custom celebrated today in the region’s most important cellars and inns.

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SweetnessMedium dry ColourWhite TypeStill WinemakingConventional

Lammer is Zehnhof’s first wine: Pinot Gris, which has always been the pride of Roverè della Luna, an area historically recognized and mentioned in all the best wine books. It is characterized by a straw yellow colour with greenish highlights. The nose is extremely complex and varietal thanks to a delicate and elegant slight note of vanilla pods, hints of Mediterranean citrus and freshly picked fruit reminiscent of pear.

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SweetnessDry ColourWhite TypeStill WinemakingConventional