Lagrein DOC Alto Adige, Classica, St Michele Appiano
Lagrein DOC Alto Adige, Classica, St Michele Appiano
The Lagrein grape is native to South Tyrol and primarily grown there. One thing that makes Lagrein special is that both red and rosé wines are produced from it. The history of growing Lagrein in South Tyrol dates back to the fourteenth century. Today it is one of South Tyrol’s top reds. This Lagrein has a deep dark-red color, powerful body and lovely spices. In short, a red wine with class, which is unique in character and found only in South Tyrol.

Country and Region: Italy,Alto Adige

Classification: DOC Alto Adige

Producer: San Michele Appiano

Wine Style: Red

Grape Varieties : Lagrein

Vinification: The Lagrein vineyards are in Gries near Bolzano and Lake Kaltern (250 - 280 m), south/southeast facing. The soil type is Moraine debris and sandy alluvial soils and the vineyards are trained on 50% Pergola and 50% Guyot and are aged 5 to 20 years. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks. The wine was matured in large wood for at least eight months before bottling and release.

ABV: 13.5%

Closure: Natural Cork

Case Size: 6

Case price: £ 87.30

Bottle Price: £ 14.55