Wine San Michele-Appiano, Weissburgunder-Pinot Bianco "Schulthauser", 2011
Reviews of purchase San Michele-Appiano, Weissburgunder-Pinot Bianco "Schulthauser", 2011
Wine attractive straw yellow color with a pleasant greenish tint.
Dry, mild taste of wine filled with light nuances of ripe white fruits, floral notes of sweet and minerals. The wine has an expressive acidity and excellent balance.
Aromatic bouquet of wine is woven from the notes of flowers, leaves, elderberry and hawthorn nuances, harmoniously complemented by hints of fresh green apple and juicy white peach.
This is a great wine goes well with many dishes, including fish and white meat.
"Shulthauzer" 2011 has a straw-yellow color with beautiful green shades. The aroma of wine can be compared to weave variegated leaves of various plants and flowers, in harmony with notes of green apple and white peach. Filled the air in the glass, there is a tandem fruit notes with hints of mineral. Dry taste with a good softness immediately contrasted with bright acidity. Perfectly balanced, very pleasant, medium intensity, with sweet notes of flowers and ripe white fruit, this wine really is wonderful!
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.