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St. Magdalener Schallerhof

The home of the autochthonous St. Magdalener is the small mountain northeast of Bolzano which gives its name to the location. Almost the entire hill is planted with vines. St. Magdalener consists of 90 % Vernatsch and 10 % Lagrein which are planted as a field blend, why the wine cannot be called blend itself. The St. Magdalener combines the aromatic fruitiness of Vernatsch with the full structure of Lagrein.

Schallerhof is the name of the farm where the vineyard is located.

The label shows a tower built in Tibetan style which stands in the middle of the vineyard.

Appellation: Alto Adige DOC

Vineyard: selected vineyards on the St. Magdalener hill near Bolzano

Vineyard training system: Guyot

Vineyard soil: loamy soils with limestone

Vinification: manual harvest, maceration in stainless steel for 10-14 days, maturation on the yeast for 6 months

Food Pairings: bacon, starters, cheese, light meat dishes

Characteristics: garnet red colour, floral notes of violets, delicate scent of almonds, harmonious, elegant freshness

Awards 2019: Vini Buoni d'Italia
Awards 2018: Vini Buoni d'Italia
Awards 2017: Vini Buoni d'Italia
Awards 2016: Vini Buoni d'Italia

Contains sulfites

St. Magdalener Schallerhof