boasts a bouquet of violets and blackberries with hints
of cherry and earthy notes. It is a full-bodied wine


tastes of raspberries,
dark cherries, bittersweet chocolate, black liquorice and spices, supported by powerful tannins
and a long finish

Growing Conditions

The grapes come from vineyards planted from 250 - 400 in clay, gravel and sandy
soils Strong interplay of sunny days influenced by the Mediterranean climate and the cool
nights marked by the cold downslope winds.


The grapes are harvested on beginning of October by hand in small bins


The grapes are de-stemmed and undergo both primary and malolactic fermentation
at controlled temperature (28-30 ° C) in steel and cement tanks


in both cement and oak casks of varying size for at least 6 months.


ruby to garnet red in colour

Food Pairing

Lagrein pairs well with hearty Tyrolean culinary delights and is the perfect
partner for game and red meat. Also serve it with English steak or hard or savoury cheeses