65% Chardonnay, 20% Sauvignon, 10% Pinot Bianco, ca. 5% Gewürztraminer.
Altitude: 400 - 600m. Soil: gravelly to rocky, limestone and loam, rich in minerals. Age of the vines: 10 - 40 years. Slope exposure: southeast 90%, south 10%. Climate: Extreme interplay of sunny days influenced by the Mediterranean climate and the cool nights marked by the cold downslope winds from the surrounding mountains.
At harvest, the grapes were delivered in small bins and immediately gently pressed. Fermentation took place slowly at controlled temperatures (18 - 20°C) in wood barrels (30 - 40 hl), in which partial malolactic fermentation took place. Clarification took place through natural sedimentation of particles. It matured separately in large wood barrels (30 - 40 hl), at constant contact with the lees until the end of August. After blending and bottling, the wine matured in the bottle for at least another 4 months. The total maturation period is thus at least 15 months.
Color: light golden. Nose: Elegant and refined, fruity notes of peach, apricot, pear, elderflower, kumquat, white flowers with fine spicy notes, jasmine, mimosa.
Taste: Deep fruit aromas of pineapple, banana, pear, tomato leaves, green bell pepper, citrus zest, harmonic and balanced, delicate salty minerality with a long lasting, creamy finish.
Ideal accompaniment to many tasty first courses, excellent with fish dishes and seasoned white meat or also with spicy pork with mushrooms.
12 - 14°C.
7 -10 years.
1500 ml - 150 cl - 1,5 lt. Magnum bottle
Wine can contain sulphites.
The Tramin growers’ co-operative was founded in 1898, today is counted among the leading wineries of Italy. The strong contrast between hot days and cool night time temperatures develops floral and exotic aromas, spice, body and weight but with a firm backbone of acidity making them extremely elegant.