Lakrez Vino Rosso Reyter
Lakrez Vino Rosso Reyter
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Lakrez Vino Rosso Reyter

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Reyter's Lakrez red wine is made from local native grapes whose vines, more than 80 years old, are trained on the Pergola or Guyot system. The soil from which this vineyard originates is of the alluvial type with clay and sandy porphyry.

The above-mentioned indigenous grapes, whose name recalls that of the wine in question, are widely used in Trentino-Alto Adige, but it is the area of Gries, the one precisely where Maso Reyter is located, that is most suited to the production of these grapes.

For this version, Christoph Unterhofer chooses that malolactic fermentation and subsequent aging take place in steel containers. Key feature that then results in the bottle with a remarkable freshness.

Three Senses

Despite being defined as a red wine in the glass the Lakrez presents itself with a color that could be described as salmon red, more similar therefore to a rosé. This closeness is also found in the freshness that can be felt in the mouth from the first sip.
On the nose and palate, hints of small red fruits are easily traceable to the typical scents of local native grapes from which the name "Lakrez" also originates. Also noteworthy is the hint of licorice.

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Reyter - Unterhofer Christoph - Bolzano

Cantina Reyter Unterhofer Christoph

The Reyter farm, located in Gries, one of the districts of Bolzano, was founded in 1988 with very few hectares of Lagrein vines that are still used today. Currently Christoph and Rosy run the 4-hectare farm. In addition to the vines, their fruit production is also important. The terrain in which the farm is located is perfect for viticulture. The soil is alluvial, porphyry and moraine due to the proximity of the Talvera and Isarco rivers. Also the climate is well suited with warm summers, mild winters and more than 300 days of sunshine per year.

The choice to sow various types of grasses and cereals constitutes a compensatory symbiosis to the vines, which establish a relationship of exchange of mineral salts and useful substances with these species. Cultivation and tillage are based on certified ecological principles. It is nature that sets the pace, imparting a new special character to the wines each year. The varieties grown are those most traditional in the area, namely Lagrein and Schiava. It is also used a variety called Muscarius from Piwi, resilient, vineyards.

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