The Alois Lageder family is now one of the most renowned companies in the entire production of South Tyrol and internationally known for its biological-dynamic approach used in the production of its wines.
His holistic approach in respect of nature, considered as a habitat of life, is found in the characteristics of his wines where on the one hand the classic vines of their farms are exalted and on the other they experiment with new ways to go beyond conventional borders.
The Muller Thurgau Valle Isarco is a cross between the Riesling and the Madeleine Royale, which finds optimal conditions above 700 m. altitude and in the presence of soils rich in pebbles and sand.
Quite complex wine that is enriched with aromas thanks to the high temperature ranges, obtained from organic grapes, vinification on fine lees and fermentation strictly in steel.
A wine in which we find all the beauty of the mountain.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO
Brillante, limpido, giallo paglierino chiaro con riflessi verdognoli.
Aromi leggermente pronunciati, giovanile
Corpo snello, elegante, gradevolmente fresco, secco.
Con antipasti, verdura, insalate, pesce d?acqua dolce, frutti di mare fritti o alla griglia, ed anche come aperitivo.
0,75 L Standard
DOC Alto Adige o dell?Alto Adige (Südtirol o Südtiroler)
I terreni ricchi di ciottoli, sabbia e scisti.
Sulle fecce fini in acciaio (circa 4 mesi.
Fermentazione a temperatura controllata in acciaio.
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Name: Alois Lageder Start-up year: 1823 Winemaker name: Jo Pfisterer, Paola Tenaglia, Georg Meissner Address: Vicolo dei Conti, 9 - Tor Lowengang - Magre' (BZ) Web Site: www.aloislageder.eu
Alois Lageder 1823 is a synonym for the highest standard of quality in viticulture and winemaking, for a sustainable, holistic corporate philosophy, and for a wide spectrum of cultural and artistic activities. Founded in 1823, and now directed by Alois Lageder, representing the fifth generation of family ownership, our winery combines tradition and innovation.