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Vines Gewürztraminer ( %)

Color: Straw yellow with golden reflections.
Smell: The nose is aromatic, intense, typical and spicy with notes of ripe fruit.
Taste: On the palate it is warm, soft and balanced with a persistent aftertaste.
Food pairing: Perfect for fish and shellfish dishes, sushi and Asian cuisine, cheeses and white meats.

Gewürztraminer Trentino Doc, almost certainly of South Tyrolean origins, is one of the great aromatic varieties that needs hilly and sunny soils. The vineyards are exposed to the south, they are irradiated by the sun for most of the day and are grown with a simple Trentino pergola with a planting area of ​​2.8 / 9 x 0.8 m.

Production area: Trentino - Valsugana hilly area in the Cirè di Pergine area (500 m.)
Soil: Porphyry clay.
Breeding system: Trentino pergola.
Harvest: Manual.
Vinification: Cold maceration of the grapes after destemming. White vinification and fermentation at controlled temperature. Short aging in steel and subsequent aging in bottle for a few months.

Terre del Föhn

The company is located in Lavis, a pleasant village north of Trento, in the Trentino Alto Adige region. The Simoni family, with a wine tradition of over sixty years, aims to enhance, with its work, the characteristics of its land, using the cultivation practices in the vineyards that allow the vine to achieve a fundamental balance for the quality of the grapes. Also in the winemaking practices in the cellar, the Simoni family uses modern technologies in respect of Trentino oenology which boasts centuries of history obtaining a line of fine wines in the sign of local tradition and territorial specificity, which, appreciated and known, are distributed on the national market and international. The grapes for Terre del Föhn wines come from the vineyards, favorably exposed to the sun, of the Val di Cembra and from the hills above Lavis and Trento, as well as from Mezzocorona, Volano and Isera, in suitable areas and where the best environmental conditions are guaranteed for the cultivation of the vine. Thanks to the particular microclimate that is benevolently influenced by the influence of the Föhn, a hot and dry wind blowing in these lands, the vine finds a fertile place for the production of grapes with great potential. Throughout the year, the vineyards, partly owned and partly by carefully chosen winemakers, are the object of careful cultivation aimed at obtaining the maximum quality yield and preparing the vineyards at the most important, involving and demanding moment of the a producer: the harvest.

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