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Vines Pinot Bianco ( %)

Color: clear, light yellow with greenish reflections

Smell: slightly aromatic, fruity (pome fruit), with mineral notes

Taste: medium structured, full, elegant, rigorous, fresh, dry

Pairings: light appetizers, salads, asparagus, freshwater fish, crustaceans and poultry

It is a wine in which geological, microclimatic and cultural factors are very different from each other. The grapes from which it is produced, in fact, come in part from the Haberle company in Pochi di Salorno, on the left orographic side of the Adige Valley, and partly from the Penone vineyards, on the opposite side of the valley, just above the village of Magrè. Both plots extend to about 500 meters above sea level, and offer ideal conditions for this vines

Origin: selected vineyards in Merano, Pochi and Penone
Altitude: 350 - 520 meters a.s.l. stony, sandy and limestone soils
Age of vines: 22 - 50 years
Harvest: 28 August - 7 September 2017
Fermentation: at controlled temperature in steel
Refinement of the wine: on the fine lees, partly in steel and partly in wooden barrels (about 9 months)
Alcohol: 12.0% vol.
Acidity: 5.4 g / liter

Alois Lageder

IN TUNE WITH NATURE By applying the principles of the biological-dynamic method, the Alois Lageder wine estate cultivates 55 hectares of vineyards owned by the family in South Tyrol. The holistic approach is at the basis of all the activity, of the relationships that bind them for many years with the numerous wine-growing partners, and also of their ambition to spread awareness for a more natural and sustainable agriculture. The wines embody the diversity of South Tyrol. With the Classic Vines they want to bring out the variety of the territory. The compositions are born from a union of various components and enhance the differences and peculiarities of the vineyards from which they are born. With the Masterpieces we seek excellence and perfect every aspect of viticulture.

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