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Kerner Lahn Magnum


The grapes for this Kerner Lahn grow at an altitude of about 900 m above sea level. As a hybrid of Trolliner (Schiava) and Riesling, the grape variety is named after the Swabian poet Justinus Kerner and brings out spiced wines with delicate notes of nutmeg.

In local dialect „Lahn“ means avalanche. Some time ago in the mountains near to the vineyards a mudslide went adrift and that is why the wine from these vineyards is called “Lahn”.

The label shows a rock-hewn fountain next to the vineyard.

Appellation: Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT

Vineyard: selected vineyards in the Bassa Atesina region

Vineyard training system: Guyot

Vineyard soil: sandy limestone gravel

Vinification: manual harvest, gentle pressing, fermentation in stainless steel, maturation on the yeast for 6 months

Food Pairings: aperitif, light starters, delicately spiced dishes

Characteristics: straw yellow colour, aromatic notes of yellow fruits, well balanced, crisp acidity, complexe structure

Awards 2021: Vinous
Awards 2019: Vinous
Awards 2017: Wine Enthusiast
Awards 2016: Wine Enthusiast

Contains sulfites

Kerner Lahn Magnum