||Altitude: 250 - 500 m a. s. l. Slope: 5 - 35 %. Orientation: South - Southwest.
|Composition of the land
||Terlano is a wine-growing village located halfway between South Tyrol’s main towns of Merano and Bolzano where the Adige flows through a wide valley in a south-easterly direction. The village and vineyards nestle against the red porphyry rock of Monte Tschöggl on the orographically left side of the valley. With sites located at elevations between 250 and 900 meters above sea-level, choosing the right variety is a challenge. The lower sites are better suited to Lagrein, Cabernet and other heavy reds, while Pinot Noir and the white wines are more at home at the higher and therefore cooler levels.
||Manual harvest and selection of the grapes; gentle whole cluster pressing and clarification of the must by natural sedimentation; slow fermentation at a controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks, aging on the lees in steel tanks for 5-7 months.
||Excellent as an aperitif and also with swordfish carpaccio, poached fish like blue trout, or sea bass in foil; boiled beef with a celeriac purée; fresh alp cheese.