Good wine has its origins in the vineyard – and respect and loving
care for the vines.
“I have worked with the soil all my life: I know the various grape varieties and what they need to produce the best results. I grow the Sauvignon grapes on a site that is ideal for aromatic and fruity wines – just the way I like it.”
Sauvignon is a white grape variety from the Bordeaux region of France that is now one of the most widely cultivated worldwide. The name derives from the French word “sauvage”, meaning “savage”. Sauvignon grapes have been grown in South Tyrol since the end of the 18th century, becoming increasingly widespread in the course of time. The aromatic grapes are used to make wines that are straw yellow in color and combine floral and fruity notes with aromas of fresh hay, gooseberry, elderberry, moss and nettle.
Information on the Grand Cru
No. of vines
Sauvignon DOC South Tyrol
Fresh and powerful on the palate, revealing the natural taste of the grapes in the glass. Refreshing on warm summer evenings, the wine also makes a fine gift, for example in the magnum size.
Sauvignon Grand Cru
|DOC denomination||Südtirol – Alto Adige DOC|
|Grape varieties||100% Sauvignon|
|Winemaking||The fully mature grapes are brought in in the early morning. They are carefully de-stemmed and crushed. The must is then transferred to fermentation tanks and stored at a controlled temperature.|
|Maturing||At least six months on the lees in stainless steel tanks.|
|Wine maker||Marco Chisté|
|Alcohol content||13,0% vol|
|Formats||75cl - 150cl|
|Color||Bright yellow with slightly greenish reflexes.|
|Smell||Very fresh aroma, with notes of mint, grass and gooseberry on the nose.|
|Taste||Fruity and decisive on the palate with mild aromas of gooseberry and green peppers.|
|Storage||Bottles should be stored horizontally in a cool, dark place with minimal temperature fluctuations and high humidity.|
|Recommended glass||Young wine glasses.|
|Wine pairing guide||Ideal with green and white asparagus, vegetarian dishes and dishes based on raw fish and shellfish, and a good companion to creamy and high-fat cheeses.|
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