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Schiava

Schiava, the grape variety most typical of and most commonly cultivated in South Tyrol, is instead scarcely grown in the Valle Isarco. The production area, located at the mouth of the valley, north of Balzano, fully meets the needs of this variety, providing the typical Schiava elegance and fruity notes that have made this red wine the most renowned of South Tyrol.

Appellation:   Alto Adige Valle Isarco DOC

Type:    Red, dry

Grape Variety:    Schiava gentile

Wine Details:

Tasting Notes:
Light, easily digestible and slightly tannic red wine Color:  from light ruby to ruby-red Bouquet: pleasant, fruity, characteristic of Schiava Taste:   delicate, harmonious with light scent of almond Food Pairing:  hors d’oeuvres, fowl, cold meats, soft cheese

Vinyard Notes:
Production Area: Chiusa, Velturno Vineyard:  Exposed hillsides at 1800 feet above sea level Training  System: Pergola Soil: Clayey Harvest: End of September, by hand Yield: About 110 q/ha

Winemaking Notes:
Aging:  in Acacia wood casks