Mitterberg Lagrein 'Friedberg' by Baron Longo impresses with rich and fruity scents in line with the varietal and the suitable terroir of South Tyrol. Vinification in new French oak barriques and tonneaux, with an aging of 20 months and further rest in bottle for 3-4 months. This South Tyrolean red is satisfying and rich, with a dense and soft tannic texture and excellent gustative persistence, with fruity returns. Suitable for storage in the cellar for over 10 years.
Lagrein Riserva 'Gries' by Terlan is made from a selection of the best bunches of the most suitable plots of the estate. It ages for 12 months, 30% in barrique and 70% in large barrels, and then concludes the refinement period with 3 months in the bottle. It is one of the leading reds of this important South Tyrolean reality. Aging in wood helps to tame the youthful angularity of Lagrein and to return a wine with hints of undergrowth, aromas of ripe red fruit and soft oriental spices. Rich and full taste, with dense tannins, well integrated with dense and full-bodied fruity aromas. The finish is long and balanced. Very typical wine, suitable for game dishes.
'Conus' by Alois Lageder is a pure Lagrein, from biodynamic viticulture, which brings the typicality of authentic South Tyrol to the table. Aging partly in steel and partly in wood for 12 months. It is an intense and structured red wine, but of great elegance. Heterogeneous bouquet of plums, licorice and cocoa, with spicy and floral hints. On tasting you can perceive all the power of this reserve, which envelops and leaves a persistent finish. Great aging potential of 8/10 years.