De Tarczal Gewurztraminer 2019

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The Tarczal company has its roots in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its production today is based on the low yield of the vines to select grapes of great quality, processed according to ancient methods.

Vallagarina, where the vineyards are located, is a territory with a strong wine vocation that offers a range of wines with a great reputation.

Trentino Gewürztraminer DOC 2018 is one of the maximum expression of this grape variety which finds in these lands an ideal habitat, characterized by sun-kissed hills that enhance the aromas and aromas of the grapes.

A wine that remains aromatic at the right point, an excellent way of approaching this grape variety without being disturbed by excessive sweetness.

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Color

Giallo paglierino quasi dorato.

Smell

Intenso, persistente, speziato, con evidenti ricordi di chiodi di garofano e fiori d'arancio.

Taste

Pieno, gradevolmente aromatico, asciutto.

Pairings

Crostacei specialmente se cotti alla griglia, ma anche crudi o bolliti. Adatto anche a piatti delle cucine orientali. Anche speck sudtirolese. A fine pasto con formaggi a crosta lavata.

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Features

YEAR 2019
ALCOL 13.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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CLASSIFICATION DOC Trentino
TEMPERATURE 10-12
LOCATION Rovereto (TN)
REFINEMENT In acciaio 6-8 mesi.
WINEMAKING In bianco con macerazione a freddo per 12 ore.

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CELLAR

Name: De Tarczal
Cultivated hectares: 17
Winemaker name: Matteo Marzari
Address: Via Giovanni Battista Miori 6 - Rovereto (TN)
Web Site: detarczal.com

Once the vineyard “de Tarczal” was in the possession of an old-established family of Trentino, the family of the count Alberti which became known above all by one of her descending archbishop of Trento. In the family de Tarczal the vineyard is for over 100 years. At that time the countess Alberti Gèza married an admiral of the Austro-Hungarian imperial army, named dell’Adami de Tarczal, and brought the vineyard with her into marriage. The admiral came from a wine-growing-propelling area, from Tarczal, a Hungarian village close to Tokai. The wines of this region were the most favoured wine of the Russian Tsarina Katharina.