The Traminer family of grapes is one of the oldest varieties that is still grown, and probably originated in ancient Egypt or Greece. It has been, since then, cultivated in Northern Italy and South Tyrol. The name probably originates from the village of Tramin in South Tyrol.
The aromatic Traminer variety is one of the most distinctive and popular grape cultivars.
Bright straw-yellow in colour. On the nose it has a concentrated and aromatic bouquet, with notes of vanilla, lime blossoms and rose. The flavour is long lasting and full of character.
elaborate starters, seafood, smoked fish , and spicy cheese.
VINE TRAINING SYSTEM:
VINES PER HECTARE:
Low-temperature maceration with the skins.
Low-temperature static settling.
Fermentation: 12 days in stainless steel vats.
On fine-grained lees for 6 months
In the bottle for a further 2 months