£16.45/ 0.75 L btl
Lageder's Sauvignon Blanc is a typical South Tyrolean white wine, which derives from the interaction between grapes of different terroirs, mainly sandy and gravelly. At sight it has a pale and bright straw yellow color with greenish reflections; the nose expresses pleasant fruity and floral hints with mineral touches that give freshness. The sip on the palate is lively, fruity and fresh, medium-bodied. Excellent in combination with fish, vegetables, shellfish and poultry dishes.
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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...