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Franz Haas Lagrein 2011

Franz Haas Lagrein 750ml 2011    
Sku: 1870626*

Lagrein, one of the three native vines of the Alto Adige, grows in areas kissed by the sun in the municipality of Egna, at altitudes varying between 220 and 240 meters. The warm, deep earth is of floodplain origin, with a high percentage of gravel, with an exposure ranging from south to southwest. Thanks to this micro-climactic condition, Lagrein, as it is a late harvesting variety, reaches full maturity.

Tasting notes
Lagrein is a deep and intense red, which in certainyears tends towards violet tones. Its bouquet is very intense and broad, running from ripe red fruits to violets, to spicy notes of fresh grass and cocoa. On the palate it seduces with its decisive personality, its solid and velvety tannins and its enjoyable full bodiedness, ending with a long and enveloping finale.

Wine maker notes
After having been carefully selected in the field, the grapes are delicately separated from their stems and fermented in open vats. To avoid the excessive extraction of tannins, during the wine-making process the must are not excessively pumped over the marc. After the fermentation the wine is racked into barriques where the malolactic fermentation takes place and the wine ages for 15 months. Finally it is aged in the bottle for a few months.

Food pairing
The wine can be drunk young; aging in the bottle however makes it rounder and more harmonious. It pairs excellently with strong and savoury dishes, grilled red meats.

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Country: Italy
Region: Trentino-Alto Adige
Sub-Region: Alto Adige
Grape Varietal: Lagrein
Type: Still wine
 
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