The “Estate Wines” are traditionally vinified and aged in stainless steel tanks, partly in large oak barrels, and stand out as fruit-driven vintage wines typical of the grape variety.
Alto Adige Pinot Nero Riserva DOC
Intense ruby-red, with a pronounced fruity bouquet of blackberry and cherry. Well structured, with firm yet velvety tannins; dry.
Südtiroler Chardonnay DOC
Pale straw-yellow with delicate, fruity aromas of banana and pear. Well structured, with juicy and refreshing acidity, persistent; dry.
Alto Adige Gewürztraminer DOC
Light yellow with golden highlights, and a subtle bouquet with hints of roses and exotic fruits. Full bodied and well balanced, long in the finish; dry.
Alto Adige Merlot Riserva DOC
Purple to garnet-red, with balsam notes of walnuts and black currants. Full bodied and grainy, with pleasing astringency and a persistent finish; dry.
Alto Adige Riesling DOC
Golden color with greenish nuances and a delicate fruity bouquet of peach and apricot. A wine with a distinctive character and great structure, with the
typical acidity of Riesling, long persistence on the palate; dry.
Alto Adige Pinot Grigio DOC
Brilliant light yellow, with a subtle bouquet of wild flowers and vanilla. Well structured, with a pleasant juicy acidity; dry.
Alto Adige Sauvignon Blanc DOC
Light yellow with green highlights, and delicate aromas that bring ivy leaves and elderberry flowers to mind. Well-structured with lively acidity and a persistent finish; dry.
The constellation of soil, climate, grape variety and man, in harmonious interaction, creates the unmistakable character of a wine and establishes its authenticity. To empathize with the character of the vine and to bring it to the development of its best qualities is the principle in viticulture and winemaking of Laimburg Winery.