The hill of Santa Maddalena to the north of Bolzano gives this classic Alto Adige wine its name. Schiava and Lagrein grow together in the vineyard.
Schiava e Lagrein
Loose morainic soils on the hills of Santa Maddalena, Santa Giustina and Coste at 200 to 500 meters a.s.l.
Middle of September to beginning of October
The Schiava and Lagrein are harvested and fermented together. A portion of the wine matures in large wooden barrels.
Color: light ruby Aroma: fruity aromas of red cherry and raspberry with floral aromas of violets and roses, typical notes of bitter almond and marzipan Taste: full-flavored, smooth, well-rounded, medium-bodied
Cold platters, starters, meat and cheese dishes, pizza