Colterenzio, Gewürztraminer, 2021

135,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,3 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
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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, Gewürztraminer, 2021

This white wine hails from the Trentino-Alto Adige region of Italy, produced by the renowned Colterenzio winery. The 2021 vintage is a testament to the winery's commitment to quality and tradition.

The Gewürztraminer grape is the star of this wine, lending it a unique character that is both aromatic and flavorful. The production process is meticulous, with the grapes carefully selected and harvested at the peak of their ripeness to ensure the highest quality.

On the palate, this wine doesn't disappoint. The flavor profile is rich and complex, with a pleasing balance that makes it a versatile choice for a variety of food pairings. The alcohol level sits at 14.5%, providing a robust framework for the wine's expressive character.

Historically, the Trentino-Alto Adige region is known for its diverse range of wine styles, and this Gewürztraminer is a fine example. The wine's geographical significance is not to be overlooked, as the unique climate and soil conditions of the region play a crucial role in shaping its distinctive qualities.

Whether you're a seasoned wine enthusiast or a casual drinker, this wine promises an engaging experience that celebrates the art of winemaking and the rich heritage of the Trentino-Alto Adige region.

Consider looking at the category White wine.