South Tyrol is one of the few Italian wine areas able to offer Pinot Noir optimal growth conditions, and it is no coincidence that this grape variety is currently one of the most widespread among the red ones. Pinot noir from Lageder comes from selected vineyards in Appiano, and better than any other knows how to mix refinement and vigor. At sight it shows a beautiful ruby red color with garnet reflections; the nose reveals fruity aromas of red fruits and cherries mineral hints. Very fresh and pleasant. The sip is medium-bodied, typical varietal, velvety and slightly spicy. Perfect in combination with white meats, beef, lamb, game and aged cheese.
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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...