VIGNETI DELLE DOLOMITI IGT Grape variety: Goldtraminer (crossing Rigotti 84-11), is a variety obtained in 1947 by the renowned researcher Rebo Rigotti through the crossing of Gewürztraminer and Trebbiano Toscano.Recently brought to light by Cantina Toblino thanks to a collaborative experimentation with the Edmund Mach Foundation (Institute of San Michele all'Adige). Vineyards: from the vineyards of the Az Agr Toblino - Bio Ceritizzato located in the Sarca river and cultivated with guyot. Vinification & Aging: after crushing-destemming, the grapes are pressed and vinified in reduction, or in the absence of oxygen to preserve their aromatic characteristics. A prolonged refinement in steel and a few months in the bottle follows.. Organoleptic characteristics: golden yellow color.On the nose, it is aromatic, intense and fragrant with flavors of over-ripe fruit and flowers. On the palate, the Goldtraminer is pleasantly sweet, round, fresh and with a long aromatic persistence. Tasting & Pairing: to be served in tulip glasses at a temperature of 8-10 ° C.A sweet wine suitable to accompany any type of dessert from the most traditional to the most creative.By contrast, it goes perfectly with mild cheeses and tasty mature cheeses served with mustards and honey.
MOSCATO GIALLO BIO
TRENTINO DOC Grape variety: Moscato Giallo, belongs to the great Moscati family. The wine derives its name from the Latin "muscum" (musk) due to its intense aroma and fresh aroma. Vineyards: from the vineyards of the Az Agr Toblino - Certified Bio where the grapes are carefully selected to preserve the distinctive aromatic characteristics. Vinification & Aging: after crushing-destemming, a classic white vinification takes place with short cold maceration, soft pressing and fermentation at a controlled temperature in steel. A few months of aging in steel and in bottle follow. Organoleptic Characteristics: straw yellow color with light greenish nuances.Intense to the nose, with distinctive aromas reminiscent of freshly picked grapes.Pleasantly sweet on the palate, balanced and fresh, never cloying. Tasting & Pairing: best served young at a temperature of 8-10 ° C in medium-sized glasses. The Moscato Giallo, thanks to its mild sweetness, is ideal at the end of a meal to accompany dry pastries and fruit desserts such as apple strudel.It can also be an unusual aperitif.