Sincere wine. Symbol of its origin, with all the hours of sunshine and storm of its life.
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Fatti sorprendere: per la sua vinificazione naturale è nato un vino mussante estivo con note di frutta a polpa gialla.
Ogni bottiglia ha concluso la fermentazione in modo proprio e ha quindi un sapore un po' diverso ? semplicemente giovanile e divertente.
Solaris, Souvignier Gris, Bronner
0,75 L Standard
Tra il 27 Agosto e 04 Settembre le diverse varietà sono state raccolte a mano nel rispetto dello specifico momento di maturazione.
Metà gennaio: scuotimento manuale delle bottiglie per far scendere il tartaro e i lieviti nel collo della bottiglia. Fine febbraio: sboccamento. Semplicemente vino ? senza solfiti ne altri additivi - non chiarificato, non filtrato.
Fermentazione spontanea iniziata in botte di acciaio, alcuni giorni sulle bucce. Dopo due settimane assemblaggio del vino in fermentazione e imbottigliamento. Così in bottiglie sono nate le bollicine che danno al vino la sua bella freschezza.
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Name: Niedermayr Thomas Start-up year: 1993 Cultivated hectares: 5 Winemaker name: Thomas Niedermayr Address: Via Castel Palú, 1 - S. Michele - Appiano (BZ) Web Site: http://thomas-niedermayr.com
Healthy things can only grow in healthy surroundings was always the conviction of Rudolf Niedermayr, Thomas' father. Farming in harmony with nature that was his visionary decision. He put this aim into practice with great passion and to an almost revolutionary extent: as far back as the mid-1980s he transmitted this mentality to cultivating his wine and switched to organic farming.
It meant more to him, however: it was about a comprehensive organic farming cycle with fruit and vegetable crops, livestock and the important element of wine growing. It was about biodiversity and sustainable economic cycles carried out by the whole family. Hof Gandberg has been a Bioland member since 1991 and since 1993 wine has been pressed there, too. From that moment on it was possible to accompany the whole process of wine-making, from the grape to the bottle. The farming cycle was complete. And it was based on the cycle of nature. Son Thomas gradually got involved in the business after 2010 and took over managing it in 2012. It was his vision to let nature do its thing in the cellar too.