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TERRA ALPINA SELECTION

The project

The Alois Lageder Winery works together with wine-growing partners from the Dolomiti area to create fresh and vibrant wines that reflect their unique origin – the Dolomites. The landscape is at once Alpine and Mediterranean, cool and mild, composed of mountains and lakes, rugged rock edges and green hills. The terroir is breathtaking, captivating, and majestic.

TERRA ALPINA SELECTION

Wine growing

Together with our partners we work in a way that responds to nature with great care, curiosity, and respect. Our goal is to encourage these partners to convert to organic farming. We aim to be cultivating every TERRA ALPINA vineyard organically or biodynamically in the next few years.

Pinot Bianco Dolomiti

2020

Grape variety: Pinot Bianco

Aroma: Very fine, fruity, forward varietal aroma

Flavor: Vibrant, lively, grapey flavour, light to medium- bodied, with a fresh mouth-watering finish

Food: As an aperitif, with starters, salads,

asparagus, all kind of seafood and pasta dishes

 

Origin: Selected vineyards in the Dolomiti area, situated at an altitude of 200-300 metres a.s.l. (660-980 feet)

Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel tanks, followed by maturation on the fine lees for at least four months

Alcohol: 12 % by vol

Acidity: 5,8 g/litre

 

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Pinot Grigio Dolomiti

2020

Grape variety: Pinot Grigio

 

Color: Brilliant straw yellow colour with a green tint

Aroma: Very fine, fruity (apples, peaches), forward varietal aroma

Flavor: Vibrant, lively, grapey flavour, light to medium - bodied, with a fresh mouth-watering finish

Food: As an aperitif, with starters, salads, asparagus, all kind of seafood and pasta dishes

 

Origin: Selected vineyards in the Dolomiti area, situated at an altitude of 200-300 metres a.s.l. (660-980 feet)

Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel tanks, followed by maturation on the fine lees for at least four months

Alcohol: 12 % by vol

Acidity: 5,2 g/litre

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Dolomites

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In prehistoric times, a tropical sea lay where the towering Dolomites reach into the sky today. Colliding tectonic plates raised up atolls and volcanoes that were once submerged by a great ocean, resulting in colossal, rugged mountains – the Dolomites. To this day, layers of fossilized coral reefs can be found in the rocks. The mountains’ unique beauty led to their designation as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site in 2009.

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Taste 
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