Wine Alois Lageder, Pinot Grigio, Alto Adige, 2013
Wine brilliant straw-yellow color with a greenish tint.
Rich and elegant taste of the wine aroma and delicate repeats enchants subtle smokiness, hints of minerals and lively acidity, leaving a pleasant and fresh finish.
In fresh and expressive bouquet dominated by floral aromas of wine on the background light spicy nuances.
The wine goes well with light appetizers, mushrooms, white meats, pates, terrines, fish (perch, salmon), shellfish (scallops, clams), crustaceans (lobster, shrimp, crabs).
To date, a trademark of Alois Lageder continues to be synonymous with high quality wines and grape cultivation. Winery, founded in 1823 by Johann Ladzhederom, for over 5 generations of the same family. Johann Ladzheder built its own wine cellar and began to sell wines of its own production, has been recognized for its high quality. In 1855, the wine business has inherited one of the sons of Johann - Alois, who greatly expanded the capabilities of the company through their entrepreneurial skills and the acquisition of new vineyards. Since 1963, after the death of the head of the family Alois IV, the company began to lead his widow Christina Roessler and eldest daughter Vendelgard, which at that time was 21 years old. Vendelgard, with the support of the family and the mother has achieved great results in the management of the family company. Not so easy was a young girl to be recognized in a business dominated by men. In 1969 Vendelgard marries young, successful oenologist Louis won Delman. He took charge of the winemaking process and soon became well known as a master for the production of white wines.
At present, the company is managed by Alois Ladzheder brother Vendelgard. Alois uses both modern and traditional methods of winemaking. Since 1990, about 50 hectares of vineyards owned by the family, has successfully used the principles of biodynamic farming.