Wine San Michele-Appiano, "Lahn" Sauvignon, Alto Adige DOC, 2011
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Reviews of purchase San Michele-Appiano, "Lahn" Sauvignon, Alto Adige DOC, 2011
The wine is light straw color with greenish reflections.
The wine has an intense, juicy, fresh, clean, elegant, enveloping and soft taste with subtle fruity notes. Long aftertaste has a lovely acidity, notes of honey and elderberry.
The pleasant aroma of the wine opens with fresh notes of kiwi, elderberry, lemon, grapefruit, gooseberry, honey, lychee and paprika.
Great wine as an aperitif, will complement the dishes of fish, lobster, crab and white meat in cream sauce. Also make a perfect pair for foie gras and other gourmet cuisine.
Try a delicious and elegant wine "Lan" in 2011, which will be at the peak of maturity within 4-5 years after the sale.
Winery San Michele-Appiano was founded in 1907 and eventually became one of the largest and most successful wine houses of South Tyrol, and then Italy. Today Appiano wine are synonymous with the highest quality, which is a credit to the chief enologist economy - Hans Tertsera. It was he who every year brings new nuances in the formulation and methods of wine production, bringing them to perfection. The company with great attention is exploring the potential of vineyards, selecting varieties according to soil composition, lighting, and many other factors. And most importantly - use biodynamic methods of cultivation of vines, making the company's products are sustainable.
Today, a century vaulted cellars of the winery San Michele Appiano offer a wide selection of top-class white and red wines, among which you can find both the time-tested classic wines and new items that are sold in more than 30 countries around the world.