The Blauburgunder (Pinot Noir) is one of the traditional varieties in South Tyrol. At Schreckbichls St. Daniel Riserva, tradition and modernity are combined in the ageing by using 1/3 barriques and 2/3 traditional large wooden barrels. It comes from vineyards in Girlan, Eppan and Montan and grows at about 350m altitude on volcanic soils. This results in a typical Burgundy of South Tyrol with a medium garnet color, aromas of red berries and cherries and a delicate wood note. An elegant red with maturation potential.
|Drink:||now until 2025+|
|Analysis:||13.5% Alk. Vol .; 3.1 g / L residual sugar|
|wine maturing:||in barriques and large oak barrels|
|Grape variety:||100% Blauburgunder|
|Type:||dry red wine|
Bottled by: Kellerei Schreckbichl / Cantine Colterenzio, Weinstraße 8, 39057 Girlan Italieny
Product from Italy - contains sulphites