The Kerner grape was created in 1929 as a cross between Riesling and Trollinger (Schiava) by a German researcher attempting to strengthen Riesling’s resistance to late spring frosts. A bit of a failure in Germany, it reached... Read More
One of the most deliciously exciting Italian white wines we’ve tried in a long while, this blend of Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay and a splash of Sauvignon Blanc delivers a compelling blend of richness and vivacity, fruit and... Read More
Always one of our favorite Pinot Grigio’s has and even more compelling blend of depth, richness, vibrancy and cut in 2022. It’s from a warm, sunny, valley of Italy’s Dolomite Mountains not far from Bolzano and... Read More
The Alto Adige's Lagrein grape can give powerfully intense, structured, wines that often need oak and bottle age to become accessible. Here this excellent winery dials back the extraction a bit to create immediately drinkable... Read More
As Wine Enthusiast said in their review of the 2010 Caldaro Pinot Grigio - the first vintage we introduced you to - It's hard to imagine Pinot Grigio better than this. Over the past 10 vintages, the wine has gone... Read More
Lower ABV Schiava (also called Vernatsch or Trollinger) was actually the region’s most planted grape for many years – with 60% of total vineyard area – until Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay began to supplant it.... Read More
Organic/Bio Our friends in the Alto Adige town of Bolzano make a lovely interpretation of Gewurtz, rich and full feeling on the palate with plenty of rose petal and spice perfectly balanced and freshening acids and a dusty bite... Read More
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