- Region: Trentino South Tyrol
Pinot Bianco of Tenuta J. Hofstätter displays a straw-yellow color, a fresh peach aroma combined with apple and pear, an elegant and zesty taste on the palate. It is harmonious in structure, round with masses of finesse and a hint of nut on the finish.
It combines perfectly with appetizers and fish dishes!
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% One of the most popular South Tyrolean wines, with a fruity and floral flavour.
The "Traminer" has been known in German speaking areas as far back as the 13th century and today it ranges amongst one of the most popular South Tyrolean wines. As the name itself implies, the Gewürztraminer has its roots in the small village of Tramin. With the grapes growing on steep slopes that were carefully chosen by the chief winemaker himself, they yield a wine which seduces you with its intense fruitiness, full body and zesty richness. Highly aromatic with a scent of roses, it has fruity notes of lychee, grapefruit and lime as well as hints of orange and clove.
Riesling color goes from greenish to pale yellow. Its aroma is fruity with scent of peach, apricots, delicately floral and slightly ethereal.
Brought to South Tyrol in the 19th century by Archduke John of Austria, Riesling wines are some of the most elegant and refined whites. In contrast to its German forebears, Riesling is here thoroughly fermented and usually matured without or with only very little residual sugar.
Crisp and tart, this is the perfect summertime aperitif.
The Sauvignon is part of the semi-aromatic grape varieties and has a fruity character, while showing green/vegetal and spicy notes too. Matured in stainless steel barrels in order to keep the wine utterly fresh and crisp, Bozen\'s Sauvignon has a vegetal aroma with notes of tomato leaf and sage, acacia and elderflower, white peach and lime. A crisp tartness to its flavour and a lingering smoothness, this is the perfect wine for lunching with friends or for a refreshing summer time spritz in the sun.