This wine bears the name of the grape of the same name, a particular variety of yellow muscat which in the South Tyrolean language has always been called Pfefferer. Probably due to its spicy aroma, since in German Pfeffer means pepper.
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The force of gravity, natural and avant-garde, is the protagonist of our delivery point, completed in 2010. It is the first transit station for the healthy and ripe grapes of our families of winemakers. Thanks to the force of gravity, in fact, the fruits reach the destemmers and crushers, located in the floor below.
All the red berried grapes are destemmed, crushed and placed directly in the fermentation tanks, while the white berried grapes are partially destemmed or only crushed and carried into the underlying presses. The new membrane presses ensure a delicate process, preserving the precious aromatic substances of the grapes.
Wines that boast an intense and full aromaticity, even after a prolonged refinement in the bottle, enhance a marked fragrance and a limpid varietal character. The fermentation and aging of our wines takes place, depending on the variety, in stainless steel tanks, concrete or wooden barrels. During the vinification phase, the skill and knowledge of our cellar master Martin Lemayr and his team come into play, working to enhance the quality produced by the winemakers with great passion and dedication.
In Alto Adige Lagrein is an indigenous grape variety; it has an intense garnet red color with violet reflections. On the nose, violet, black berries, notes of chocolate and intense spicy aromas stand out. Powerful passage in the mouth with well-structured tannins and the typical acidity of the...
Medium intensity ruby red. Aroma of red berries and black cherry. Round and juicy in the mouth with soft tannins. This wine does not rely on concentration and power but on the elegance and finesse typical of Pinot Noir. Aging potential: 2 - 4 years.
This Gewürztraminer is as delicate and elegant as the sound of a piano. Precisely for this reason it took its name in honor of the famous piece “Per Elisa” by Beethoven. Faceted and complex aromas, very refined wine thanks to its good balance between body and finesse. Rich and varied bouquet with...