Wine San Michele-Appiano, Blauburgunder-Pinot Nero, Alto Adige DOC, 2013
The taste of wine is smooth and silky, with high acidity, young tannins and a long finish.
In pure bouquet of wine aromas of cherries, raspberries, strawberries are woven with tones of flowers and spices.
The wine goes well with meat dishes, pasta, poultry, cheeses.
Blauburgunder from the company of San Michele Appiano - dry red wine that is made from grapes Blauburgunder (Pinot Nero), grown on clay and sandy soils. This variety is considered one of the most valuable and complex red grapes. After collecting the berries are fermented in stainless steel tanks, after which the wine is poured into large oak casks, which is aged for 12 months. Wine storage potential is 4-5 years.
Winery San Michele-Appiano was founded in 1907 and eventually became one of the largest and most successful wine houses of South Tyrol, and then Italy. Today Appiano wine are synonymous with the highest quality, which is a credit to the chief enologist economy - Hans Tertsera. It was he who every year brings new nuances in the formulation and methods of wine production, bringing them to perfection. The company with great attention is exploring the potential of vineyards, selecting varieties according to soil composition, lighting, and many other factors. And most importantly - use biodynamic methods of cultivation of vines, making the company's products are sustainable.
Today, a century vaulted cellars of the winery San Michele Appiano offer a wide selection of top-class white and red wines, among which you can find both the time-tested classic wines and new items that are sold in more than 30 countries around the world.