South Tyrol is a land rich in nature and wineries that grow on the ancient mountain farms handed down from generation to generation. One of these is the home of the Pranzegg company, located in Campiglio where Martin Gojer and Marion Untersulzner lead the farm bought by Martin's grandmother in 1935.
The company philosophy is based on a natural approach in which biodynamic compounds are used on organically cultivated land. The goal is to enhance the cultivation methods of the past, paying attention to indigenous grape varieties not considered much like Schiava and Lagrein.
Laurenc is a pure, full-bodied and vigorous Lagrein from the Dolomites, a red that enhances the rough soul of the marked Tannini grape and great freshness complete the characteristics of a wine that will hardly remain in the bottle.
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Aromi di frutti rossi con richiami speziati.
Elegante, tannini ben amalgamati.
Rosso dalla forte personalità, ottimo con carni alla griglia e formaggi stagionati. Fantastico con i risotti.
20% Lagrein, 10% Merlot, 60% Schiava - Vernatsch
Pergola trentina e Guyot monolaterale in forte pendio.
0,75 L Standard
Argilla e sabbia di provenienza vulcanica e morenica (porfido, basalto e granito) molto profondo e sciolto.
In tino troncoconico e 10% in piccole botti usate di rovere per 25 mesi, imbottigliamento manuale senza filtrazioni ne chiarifiche.
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Media di 7000 piante.
Pigiatura, fermentazione spontanea con 70% dei raspi, senza controllo della temperatura, in tini troncoconici di rovere, 4 settimane, delle quali 2 a capello sommerso.
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Being utterer of culture and nature - thats what we work for. As a winegrower it is primarily my intention to narrate the region, the scene, the year and our way of living. Working biodynamically helps us not to blur the narration. Our step vineyards, located around the basin of Bolzano, worked with by hand with enormous effort, set the basis for us to produce living wines.
Spontaneous fermentation, long abidance on the lees, no fining and filtration, minimal doses of sulfur and a lot of patience and guts are the stages from grape to wine. We accompany the whole process to produce individual wines fun of character.