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Red wine 2011 Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT Quirein, Alto Adige, Italy

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content : 14%
Price: 20.00 €
Bottle closue: Glass
Maturing: barrique and large oak barrel
Variety: Lagrein.
Registration number : #PMG-L912

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: very good (87 WP)
Last reviewed: 26 November, 2019
Editor note: Firm, tart nose, black berries, dried vegetal aromas, peppery notes, dried herbs and earthy notes. Tart, ripe, dark fruit on the palate, fairly prominent tannins, light acid bite, persistent, full-bodied, vegetal and herbaceous notes, hint of citrus fruit, still appears quite young and surprisingly fresh, peppery notes, some dried herbsm very slightly astringent, hint of soy in the background, slightly noticeable warm alcohol, good to very good finish.
Best to drink: To 2024+
wein.plus rating: 83+ WP
Last reviewed: 4 December, 2013
Editor note: Translate to English Rauchig-speckige und etwas krautig-reduktive Nase nach schwarzen Beeren und Kirschen mit gemüsigen Tönen. Säuerliche, herbe, geschliffene Frucht, wieder etwas reduktiv und gemüsig, animalische Spuren, nicht sehr tief, aber auch noch gänzlich unentwickelt, recht guter Abgang.

The northern part of the Italian double region Trentino-South Tyrol; the southern part is Trentino. The Italian name is Alto Adige. Geographically it corresponds to the autonomous province of Bolzano (ital. Bolzano). The Rhaeto-Romans planted the first vineyards here as early as 1,000 BC, making South Tyrol one of the oldest German-speaking wine-growing regions. Here the Romans learned from the Celts the use of wooden wine barrels for storage and transport. In the Middle Ages viticulture reached its highest flowering. The German emperors, who went to Rome for their coronation, got to know and appreciate South Tyrolean wine on their travels....

The red grape variety comes from Trentino-Alto Adige(Italy). The name probably derives from the Valle Lagarina in Trentino. Synonyms are Blauer Lagrein, Burgundi Lagrein, Lagrain, Lagrino, Lagroin and Landschwarze. A "Red Lagrein" (wine) is named by the Tyrolean peasant leader Michael Gaismair (1490-1532) around 1525. However, the earliest mention of a Lagrein variety in a document from Gries near Bolzano dating from 1318 refers to a white wine. Until the 18th century, the term "Lagreiner" was usually used to refer to a white wine. However, its identity is not clear, as it could have been Savagnin Blanc(Traminer) or Lagarino...

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