Intense ruby red with aromas of wild berries, sour cherries and pronounced herbal spice. The wine presents itself elegant and opulent at the same time. It has a complex structure with well-developed and juicy tannins.
In its youth, it is still wild. Once the stage of maturity for consumption has been reached, however, it becomes truly enthralling, with delicate mountain apple and lemon balm. The bouquet is unobtrusive, evoking the delicate fragrance of the flowers that sprout crevices above the tree line. A careful passage through wood lends the wine a suppler texture, which forms a harmonious with the unbroken, fresh acidic structure.
Precisely because of its extreme slope, this very small vineyard is called Himalaya. The small terraces can only be worked by hand. In the shade of the "Königswiese", and on the steep west-facing slope, the Pinot Noir finds its second home. The French clones planted in 2007 bear very small grapes and the yield does not exceed 4,000 kg/ha. The grapes ripen in early September. Fermentation takes place in steel. The wine is then aged in barriques for 18 months.
Dark ruby in colour with garnet reflexes and sweet aromas of cherry and fruit drops. Mildly spicy with notes of oak bark and eucalyptus. Round, juicy with fresh fruit; delicate tannins. Lingers long on the palate.
Spontaneous maceration with 30% stems in open tonneau for three weeks. Malolactic fermentation and ageing for 24 months on fine lees in oak tonneau. Bottling unfined and unfiltered in November 2020. Bottle ageing for at least 24 months.
Deep, quite intense, cherry red colour. Very pronounced, clean aroma with fruity notes of cherry and blackcurrant. Also spice notes (white pepper) and oak. Full bodied, with good fruit concentration on the palate. Long finish, accompagnied by tannins that are well integrated in the structure of the wine. Still rather youthful.
The fact that we have what it takes to produce truly great red wines have been proven by our winemaker in the form of this vintage Cabernet, which is part of the St. Valentin range. Delicately matured in small oak casks, this Cabernet comes in a mature ruby colour. Its dense, aromatic diversity is characterised by fruity aromas, ripe wild berries, vanilla and liquorice. Smooth, velvety tannins, delicate scents of cocoa and stewed fruits combined with a characteristic structure and density delight the palate and promise a variety of surprises and a pleasant taste. Proper ageing in the bottle allows this still young wine to intensify its pronounced complexity even further. The Cabernet St. Valentin is an excellent accompaniment to strong red meat dishes the barbeque, to game and lamb and to piquant varieties of cheese.
The base wine of Isaras Brut is produced two typical Eisack Valley grape varieties: Müller Thurgau and Sylvaner. The Charmat method is used for the second fermentation; hence the primary aromas and the freshness can be preserved.
This white wine is grown on gray porphyry and sandy limestone rock flour. With its pale-green colour, it reveals its complex potential in the glass with mineral flint nuances and crystal clear fruit.The taste is dry and the wine shows deepness, precision and a persistent finish.
Eye: deep straw yellow, Nose: fine stone fruit aromas ike ripe pears, Golden Delicious, fine pineapple and other slightly exotic notes. Palate: elegant yet concentrated wine, strong acid structure, full-bodied, full-flavoured, salty on the palate, with power and backbone, long finish.
The intensive scent of red and dark berries as well as violets is typical of our vineyards in Montan. The Blauburgunder the Unterland region comes astonishingly close to some of the "model" wines Burgundy. This red wine develops harmoniously, with a full body and lasting finish. In the glass it gleams with a beautiful dark to ruby red.
Delicate green to light yellow in color, this wine is a pleasure to drink with its awesome intensity and broad spectrum of aromas: spicy, floral notes of jasmine and sage lend it a spectacular degree of finesse. Delicately structured with nice acidity, it has a racy, uncomplicated finish.
Opaque purple in colour. An aroma of dark woodland berry fruits with ripe plum, elderflower syrup and liquorice provide an indication of the complexity this wine will attain with maturity. On the palate it is muscular, velvety and concentrated with assertive but ripe tannins.
One of South Tyrolߦs oldest and most typical grape varietals, Gewürztraminer is highly aromatic. Of high quality, Gewürztraminer has distinct aromas of spices (especially cloves), roses and litchi. Its colour is straw yellow with hues of gold. Gewürztraminer has got a light acidity, but still manages to show great longevity. Ours is an excellent companion to food, especially Asian and spicy food as well as our typical South Tyrolean Speck.
Bright, vivid pale yellow in colour with green reflexes. On the nose the aromas are clear-cut, reminiscent of freshly-picked apples, lemon grass, with a light hint of vanilla. After brief contact with oxygen in the glass the wine develops intense floral and nutty aromas. On the palate it is vivacious, fresh with crisp, tingling acidity. The interplay between accentuated fruit and flowery aromas follows through and strongly characterises the wine. Harmonious and well-structured in flavour, minerally with excellent length.
Marjon comes in a lovely ruby red with a garnet shimmer. An enticing nose of wild berries, plum and cherry is enhanced by spicy aromas and followed by a beautiful freshness on the palate, recalling the elevation of the vineyards where the grapes selected for Marjon originate. This elegant pinot noir displays classy and seductive tannins, underpinned by zesty acidity and a fruity and juicy finale with an evident touch of spice.
On the steep southern slope at the foot of Ritten, with deep moraine soils consisting of sandy loam and the topsoil of the Bozner Porphyrplatte, fruity mineral wines thrive. This characteristic is typical for the lower Eissacktal to which the cultivation area also belongs.
Color: Dark ruby red. Nose: Ripe aromas with notes of plums and raspberries, a hint of chocolate, fine, spicy nuances. Taste: Ripe fruits, succulent tannins, appealing fullness, salty-succulent, enticingly long finish.
South Tyrolean wines are known worldwide for their excellent quality and diversity. The wine region stretches across the picturesque landscape of the South Tyrolean Alps and includes many small wine-growing communities that are prized for their unique grape varieties and terroirs.
Winegrowers in South Tyrol are committed to using natural farming methods to produce high quality wines with a distinctive taste and aroma. Popular grape varieties in the region include Vernatsch, Lagrein, Gewürztraminer and Pinot Grigio.
South Tyrolean wines are perfect for many occasions, festive dinners to cosy evenings at home. They are also perfect for discovering and experiencing the region's rich cultural heritage.
If you are looking for excellent wines produced by dedicated winemakers in a beautiful setting, be sure to try South Tyrolean wines.
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