Our wines are granted their rough edges, however, a gentle hand
is required to tame the wild character of the Lagrein and to bring
forth its elegance and finesse, which we consider a priority"
Furggl in Auer/Ora: stony alluvial soil of the River Etsch. The warm porphyry is
ideal for the Lagrein variety. Guyot training at a density of 5000 vines per
Hand-picked and gentle processing. Controlled fermentation in big oak barrels
which are lightly toasted. Malolactic fermentation and further maturation in
large wooden barrels
Dark crimson. It has blackcurrant and chocolate flavours with spicy notes.
Meaty and full-bodied with distinct and warm tannins. Well-structured with
Excellent accompaniment to stews and game