Kellerei St. Pauls
A brief history
Kellerei St. Pauls Wines
Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Fresh, fruity and juicy – this is the Cuvée. The label of Cuvée PAUL illustrates the combination of origin, location and vines. Our most important grape varieties form a blend that expresses pure joy of life. Fragrant white wine with floral notes and exotic fruits. Juicy with animated freshness and fruitiness.
Lagrein, Merlot, Pinot Nero IGT Our most important grape varieties Lagrein Merlot and Pinot Noir form a blend that expresses pure joy of life. Fruity, spicy, smoothy, a red wine cuvée with intense, delicate berry aromas and light spice. The velvety, round mouthfeel guarantees simulating drinking pleasure.
MERIS 100% MERLOT ROSÉ ALTO ADIGE DOC THE JOLLY ONE Meris is really one of the boys, up for anything: a scallywag who, like St. Pauls itself, is full of charming stories and joie de vivre. Self-assured and down-to-earth, it makes for a relaxed companion. This Merlot Rosé is a refreshing, playful and exuberant wine that reflects its origins and forms part of the community.
THE ELEGANT ONE Sometimes you have to look back some way to understand how wines of character are created. You have to recall winds and waters that have moved sand and stones from one place to another... Thus too was Lehmont created: “Lehm [clay]” and “Mont [mountain]” indicates how the soil formed it while the mountain freshened it. The elegance and fine style of this Pinot Nero ensure that it retains its incomparable essence.
FUXBERG 100% CHARDONNAY ALTO ADIGE DOC THE SUN KING At the gates of the wine village of St. Pauls stands a particularly fertile, sandy and sun-kissed hill. It is all that remains of a glacial lake and is the former seat of Fuchsberg Castle, which gives this wine its name. Today Fuxberg thrives here in magnificent style: exotic, diverse, fresh... with a gleaming yellow that is almost as bright as the celestial bodies.
THE NIGHT OWL Lagröll is a ruby-red loner, one that likes to do its own thing. Its home is on a hill, exposed to the elements and remote from the hustle and bustle of St. Pauls. From here it looks westwards, down onto its relatives in the city, energetically storing the afternoon and evening sun – continuing to work when all others are long since at rest. This is a Lagrein that the debris and gravel lets grow deep and unconstrained, both by day and by night.