Colterenzio, Chardonnay Altkirch, 2021

119,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,2 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
James Suckling

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100% Chardonnay

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Cardboard Box

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South Tyrol Wines

South Tyrol, or Alto Adige as it is known in Italian and Südtirol in German, is a captivating region where the north meets south, and German and Italian cultures blend seamlessly against a backdrop of snow-capped mountains and fertile valleys. This fusion of opposites creates a unique Alpine-Mediterranean climate, fostering a fascinating microcosmos that yields wines brimming with character. Located in the southern reaches of the region, a mere 10 km from Bolzano, is the Oltradige terrain and the town of Appiano on the Wine Road. This is the largest single wine-growing area in South Tyrol, cradled in a breathtakingly beautiful landscape shaped by the last Ice Age. The hilly terrain is dotted with charming towns and hamlets, adding to the area's allure. South Tyrol wines are the product of this extraordinary terroir, a testament to the region's rich heritage and the harmonious blend of cultures. Each bottle encapsulates the essence of the region, from its Alpine-Mediterranean climate to the picturesque landscapes and the confluence of German and Italian influences. The result is a wine that is not just a beverage, but a journey through the unique world of South Tyrol.

Colterenzio, Chardonnay, 2021

Produced by the esteemed Italian winemaker Colterenzio, this 2021 Chardonnay hails from the Trentino-Alto-Adige region of Italy. The unique climate and geography of this region contribute to the distinctive qualities of this wine.

Made entirely from Chardonnay grapes, this wine carries the typical characteristics of its type. It offers an alcohol level of 13%, providing a balanced, full-bodied experience.

The production process of this wine is carefully overseen by the producer to ensure the highest quality. The Chardonnay grapes are harvested at their peak of ripeness and then subjected to a meticulous fermentation process. This attention to detail results in a wine that is both complex and inviting.

The taste profile of this Chardonnay is both distinctive and appealing. It carries the signature notes of its grape variety, offering a delightful experience for the palate. Its quality has earned it a rating of 90 points from James Suckling, a well-respected wine critic.

The historical significance of the Trentino-Alto-Adige region and its longstanding winemaking traditions add an extra layer of appeal to this wine. Whether you're a seasoned connoisseur or a casual enthusiast, this Chardonnay provides an opportunity to taste the fruits of Italian winemaking expertise.

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