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In the past, this traditional blend obtained from the two native vines Schiava and Lagrein, not only played a leading role in South Tyrolean wine production, but was also one of the best-known reds in Italy.
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This wine, which takes its name from the wine village of Santa Maddalena on the outskirts of Bolzano, with its elegance and its fruity notes still has many supporters today, and is gradually returning to vogue.
COLOR: deep ruby red
BOUQUET: With a clear fruity scent that at first glance recalls elderberry and cherry, flanked by an aroma of bitter almond and a hint of violet, Santa Maddalena is a wine that convinces a lot in the nose.
TASTE: The fruity taste also recurs on the palate, but softer and more elegant, giving this wine, together with its balanced acidity, that uniqueness and class typical of a low-tannic grape like the Schiava.
|Region||Trentino Alto Adige|
|Vines and plants||85% Schiava, 15% Lagrein|
|Production area||South Tyrol|
|Vinification||Manual harvest and selection of grapes. Destemming of the grapes and subsequent slow fermentation at a controlled temperature, and delicate handling of the must in stainless steel tanks.|
|Maturation||Malolactic fermentation and aging for 7-10 months in large wooden barrels. Assembly one month before bottling.|
|Name||Alto Adige DOC|
|Service temperature||12 ° / 14 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||13.0|
|Pairings||South Tyrolean dishes such as smoked cold cuts (speck and bresaola), but also salted venison with mushrooms in oil and fresh cheese mousse, or sour beef.|