Gewürztraminer South Tyrol - 2021 - Winery Colterenzio
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 12.50 %
yr. 2007 Wine Spectator:
87 of 100 Points.
"Wine Spectator" has rated the wine "Colterenzio-Schreckbichl Gewurztraminer Alto Adige" the vintage 2007 on 01.08.2008 with 87 of 100 points.
yr. 2006 Wine Spectator:
86 of 100 Points.
"Wine Spectator" has rated the wine "Colterenzio-Schreckbichl Gewurztraminer Alto Adige" the vintage 2006 on 01.08.2008 with 86 of 100 points.
yr. 2005 Wine Spectator:
"Wine Spectator" has rated the wine "Colterenzio-Schreckbichl Gewurztraminer Alto Adige" the vintage 2005 on 01.11.2006 with 86 of 100 points.
The Schreckbichl Winery, also known as Cantina Produttori Colterenzio, is one of the best-known wineries in South Tyrol, a region in the northern part of Italy known for its excellent wine-growing areas. The winery was founded in 1960 by a group of winegrowers and has its headquarters in Schreckbichl, a small village in the municipality of Girlan.
Today, the Schreckbichl Winery is one of the largest cooperatives in South Tyrol and has more than 300 members spread over a total of 650 hectares of vineyards. The winegrowers cooperate closely with each other and share their knowledge to produce first-class wines that reflect the terroir and climate of the region.
The Schreckbichl winery is known for its white wines, which are mainly made the Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer and Pinot Grigio grape varieties. The vineyards are located at altitudes between 200 and 900 metres above sea level, which gives the wines their unique aroma and structure.
The winery has received numerous awards for its wines over the past decades and is an integral part of the South Tyrolean wine landscape. The Schreckbichl Winery has made it its goal to work in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner in order to protect nature and the vineyards.
Overall, the Schreckbichl Winery is a major producer of quality wines South Tyrol and a pioneer in sustainability. The winemakers work hard to produce wines that reflect the region's terroir and satisfy the discerning palates of wine lovers worldwide.
Casa Modena presents the salami Felino type, one of the most well-known and appreciated salami of the Italian tradition, produced following rigorously the preions that the masters delicatessen sellers transmit at generations.
The raw material used, i.e. back fat, comes heavy pigs bred in Italy. The carefully selected lard varies in thickness 6 to 8 cm. The product is salted in brine. High quality spices and aromatic herbs are spread on its surface. Taste is savoury and slightly aromatic; aroma is inviting. Flavour: Aromatic
Pecorino cheese with truffle approx. 1.0 kg. - Rocca Toscana Formaggi
Vanilla and nut mark the flavour. Pleasantly softly on the palate.