‘An intriguing wine due to the unexpected union of the aromas and the characteristics of the two varieties, that complement and contradict one another at the same time. After an initial nose marked by the Traminer’s scents of rose and lychee, with time the typical Riesling aromas of petrol begin to emerge. In the mouth the opulent vein of Traminer is supported by the acidity and the integrity of Riesling’
Maceration- Riesling 1 day, Gewurtztraminer few hour
Vineyard altitude- 500 mt s.l.m.
Age of plants-
Aged- 2 years oak, 1 year bottle
After alcoholic fermentation, the wine was assembled and remained in wood for about one year on the fine lees with ‘batonnage’, decreasing in frequency as the aging period progressed. It was bottled the second year after harvest and refined in bottle for one year before release.
Soil- medium textured and prevalently limestone
Avarage planting density- 4000 vines per hectare