This wine, which takes the family name of Franz Haas’s wife, is an extraordinary blend of 50% Riesling, 20% Chardonnay, 20% Traminer and 10% Sauvignon Blanc. And yet these disparate elements come together into a harmonious, ripe wine, with just a hint of toast from the barrel-fermented Chardonnay. It is powerful, rich and complex.
This is an oak-aged blend of Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Traminer that opens with a deep, soft bouquet of vanilla, exotic fruit, stone fruit and honey. Pair this gorgeous wine with shellfish or white meat.
This oak-fermented Sauvignon (in an artsy, screwcap bottle) delivers a rich, spicy finish and thick layers of peach, citrus, tomato leaf and honey-like aromas. It’s a gorgeous wine that is an absolute pleasure to drink.
Known for excellent Pinot Nero from the slopes of the Cislon mountain in Alto Adige, this family-run estate also does a fine job with late ripener Lagrein. A spectacular, inky red color, the wine opens with multiple layers of mild cherry and wild fennel that will transform into coffee and black pepper with age. There’s plenty of spice already but the structure is…
This is a highly recommendable Pinot Grigio for those looking for a fun and personable companion to seafood and light vegetable dishes. Aromas here include citrus, pear and aromatic green apple. The wine is clean, crisp and zippy on the close.