ZONA E TERRENO: I vigneti intorno al paese di Cornaiano ed al borgo di Colterenzio presso Cornaiano si trovano a ca. 450 metri di altitudine su colline moreniche dell'epoca glaciale. La posizione e l'esposizione del pendio garantiscono un'insolazione ottimale che, insieme al povero terreno morenico-ghiaioso, fa nascere un vino pieno, di lunga durata. VITIGNO: Schiava di vecchie viti: Schiava nobile insieme alle sue antiche varietà tradizionali come la Schiava grigia, la Schiava media e la Schiava piccola. I vini Schiava sono delicatamente tannici, dal sapore delicato. VINIFICAZIONE: Vendemmia inizio - metà ottobre, resa per ettaro: 60 hl. Fermentazione sulle vinacce e rimontaggi per una settimana, fermentazione malolattica e affinamento in grandi botti di legno. ABBINAMENTI: La Schiava dell'Alto Adige Faß Nr. 9 viene prodotta solo con annate di ottima qualità per garantire l'elevata qualità costante di questo vino. Il carattere delicato della Schiava e la notevole concentrazione di tannini vellutati fanno del "Faß Nr. 9" un vino straordinario.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 13.00 %
yr. 2012 Doctorwine:
91 of 100 Points.
"Doctorwine" has rated the wine "Girlan Fass Nr. 9 Vernatsch Alto Adige - Sudtirol, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" the vintage 2012 on 25.06.2013 with 91 of 100 points.
yr. 2013 Vinum Wine Magazine:
15 of 20 Points.
"Vinum Wine Magazine" has rated the wine "Girlan Fass Nr. 9 Vernatsch Alto Adige - Sudtirol, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" the vintage 2013 on 01.08.2014 with 15 of 20 points.
yr. 2016 Vinum Wine Magazine:
"Vinum Wine Magazine" has rated the wine "Girlan Fass Nr. 9 Vernatsch Alto Adige - Sudtirol" the vintage 2016 on 01.05.2018 with 15 of 20 points.
The Girlan Winery is a renowned wine producer in the Italian region of South Tyrol. The company was founded in 1923 and since then has a long tradition of producing quality wines the grape varieties of the region.
The winery is located in Girlan, a small village near Bolzano, and is surrounded by the majestic mountains of the Dolomites. The landscape in this region is characterised by steep slopes and fertile soils that offer ideal conditions for winegrowing.
The Girlan Winery focuses on sustainable and environmentally friendly production and works closely with local winegrowers to obtain high-quality grapes. The winery produces a variety of wines, including red, white and sparkling wines as well as sweet wines and distillates.
The best-known wines of the Girlan Winery include Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio and Vernatsch. The wines are characterised by their freshness, fruitiness and elegance and reflect the unique features of the region's terroir.
The Girlan Winery has received numerous awards and recognitions in recent years and is now one of the leading wine producers in South Tyrol. The company also has a reputation for hospitality and offers wine tastings and guided tours of the vineyards and cellars.
All in all, the Girlan Winery is an excellent representative of viticulture in South Tyrol and a company known for its quality, sustainability and tradition.
The Schiava grape varietal and all of its variations are exceptional traditional vines this area which are meeting with ever more success. This wine has a fine, delicate, harmonious and velvety aroma. It is a lively, young and inviting red that can be served on any occasion.
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velvety and light wine of "Vernatsch" grapes - colour: light-rubin-red up to rubin red - scent: lovely, fruity, aromatic and tipical - taste: dry, mild, harmonic, aroma of almonds