This is drinking ridiculously well right now ... delightful in fact...Mostly Chardonnay with some Gewurztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc.
"...All varieties get crushed and pressed together after which they also ferment together in new French oak barriques. Part of the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation, after which it is matured for another 10 months in barrique with lees being regularly stirred up. The finished wine is bottle aged for at least 6 months before being released...."
Lovely citrus nose. The Gewurztraminer adds a succulent pineapple note to the very refined palate. Viscous but with fine acidity. Oak is very, very well integrated.
Drank on its own without food. Disappeared immediately. Just bought some more...
Vineyards near Lago di Caldaro in Alto Adige region..