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Alto Adige Pinot Bianco Rarity

Item number: VFB00663 2009750
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Vintage: 2009

Denomination: Alto Adige DOC

Grapes: Pinot Bianco

Alcohol: 14 %

Format: 0,75 l

Type: Bianco

Region: Alto Adige

Origin: Made in Italy

Occasion: Important occasion

Pairing: White meats and vegetables

Allergens: Solfiti

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TASTING NOTES

Tradition and passion, Terlano winery with its selection of white and red wines, best represents the characteristics of the territory. A prerogative of the winery of Terlano are the so-called "Rarities", that is special bottles of aged white wines, aged for at least ten years on fine yeasts inside steel tanks under pressure. What is most fascinating about these wines is the crispness of their youth, an element that makes this Pinot Blanc extremely fascinating, despite its venerable age. It is a wine that lends itself perfectly to aging long in bottle. Alto Adige Rarity is made up of 100% Pinot Blanc grapes that are harvested by hand, followed by a delicate pressing in whole bunch and sfecciatura by natural sedimentation. Slow fermentation at controlled temperature in steel tanks. Malolactic fermentation and aging for 12 months on fine yeasts in large wooden barrels. The glass has a pale and bright straw yellow color with pale greenish reflections. The bouquet is surprising, and with each new attempt reveals new olfactory components. Notes of herbs such as chamomile, melissa and levistico, alongside hints of dried caco and apricot. But in the olfactory panorama so wide of this Rarity there are notes of bread crust and leavened dough, flanked by aromas of flint. On the palate this wine is soft and powerful, with a vigorous and lively acidity, which however leaves in the mouth a refined taste, ideally integrating mineral notes. The aftertaste is soft and elegant, but extremely charged and deep. It is interesting in combination with Asian dishes in typical sweet and sour combinations, or it is also perfect with redfish or grilled swordfish. To fully appreciate its style, this wine should be served at a serving temperature of 12/14 ºC. Read more Read less
THE WINERY

Terlano

Cantina di Terlano was founded towards the end of the 19th century and has since distinguished itself as one of the most progressive winegrowers' cooperatives in the whole of Alto Adige. The commitment and hard work of its members has been pursued with passion, always keeping faith with their traditions, to ensure the production of wines from Alto Adige that best represent the characteristics of the region. Today, the members of the winery cultivate around 165 hectares of vineyards, with an annual production of more than one million bottles per year. Such a large production can count on the valuable support of a dense network of knowledge and know-how handed down from generation to generation, and the constant study of the most modern techniques. Only DOC wines are matured in the current company, divided between 30% of red wines and 70% of white wines, presented to the public in three different lines: the Selections, the Vineyards and the Classics. Name and address of producer/distributor: Terlano - via Silberleiten, 7, 39018 Terlano (BZ). Products from this winery should be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat sources.

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