Grown in South Tyrol since the mid-nineteenth century, this grape variety is today one of the most popular white wines in the area. It thrives in all production areas in the province of Bolzano, but prefers altitudes between 300 and 500 meters. The classic Pinot Blanc from Lageder expresses in the best way the many facets of South Tyrol.
At sight it has a bright greenish yellow color; the nose expresses discreet aromas, with hints of bank pulp fruit and citrus and floral notes. On the palate it is dry and well balanced, fruity and refreshing. Excellent in summer, in combination with vegetable dishes and light appetizers.
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Cultivating fifty hectares of vines using biodynamic methods without having an impact on the environment is no easy task, but the Alois Lageder winery pulls it off, combining their apparently idealistic and extreme philosophy with a precise, direct and exquisite style to create wines whose quality is unquestionable. Founded in 1823, five generations later the winery is currently run by Alois Lageder. A family winery which stands out for its capacity to blend tradition and...