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Haderburg Sylvaner Obermairhof 2018

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In the southernmost part of South Tyrol we find the grounds of the Hausmannhof farm where the Haderburg winery produces its wines.

Entering this reality means immersing yourself in a context where nature is the undisputed protagonist, where everything moves synchronously with the times of the earth, where the scents have been the same for hundreds of years and where man represents only a small gear that integrates with the whole ecosystem.

In these territories the Haderburg winery has decided to go along with nature and propose a biodynamic model for the creation of its labels.

The Silvaner Obermairlhof Val d'Isarco 2018 is one of the most important wines of this company, vinified in steel from Silvaner grapes.

A fine white with a dry taste, capable of maintaining the scents over time and produced in only 2600 bottles, testifying to its importance in the Haderburg production

SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Giallo chiaro e brillante con riflessi verdognoli.

Smell

Gradevole di fiori bianchi, mela verde e pesca matura.

Taste

Fine, elegante, con marcate note minerali, giustamente equilibrato con acidità che si amalgama con armonia alla struttura fruttata che rievoca l'uva spina.

Pairings

Pesce d'acqua dolce, pollame, carne di vitello.

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Features

YEAR 2018
ALCOL 13.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION DOC Alto Adige o dell?Alto Adige (Südtirol o Südtiroler)
TEMPERATURE 8-10
LOCATION Salorno (BZ)
GROUND Misto di sabbia, ghiaia.
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 1400
SUGAR 1.4 g/l
ACIDITY 6.7 g/l

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CELLAR

Name: Haderburg
Start-up year: 1976
Cultivated hectares: 11
Address: Pochi di Salorno, 30 - Salorno (BZ)
Web Site: www.haderburg.it

In the mid-1970s, we made the daring transformation from being a fruit-growing farm concerned only with the production and sale of grapes and apples to a winery which processes its own grapes. Since that turning point, our enthusiasm for good wines and champagnes has set the tone for the work in the vineyards and in the wine cellar.