Manna 2018 Franz Haas Winery

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Title: South Tyrol Doc
Grape variety: Riesling 50% Traminer 20% Chardonnay 20% Sauvignon 10%
Region: South Tyrol
Format:0.75 l
Alcohol content:13%

€16.31

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Features


The wine shows notes of golden yellow and then turns over time with intense golden tones. The bouquet is complex and brings back notes of elderberry, pistachios and rose petals. Its soft elegance is combined with a mineral structure continuing to surprise and amaze.

Vinification


The grapes, due to the different ripening periods, are harvested and processed separately. Chardonnay and sauvignon are fermented in barrique, while riesling and traminer ferment in steel tanks. Subsequently the wines are blended to favor the combination and harmonization of the different aromatic components. The wine remains on the lees for about ten months and then bottled and aged in the bottle for a few months.

Pairings


It is enhanced with Japanese cuisine with sushi and sashimi.

Producer


The company FRANZ HAAS has always worked to best express the quality of the wines it produces. It was born in 1880 and has been handed down to a FRANZ HAAS until today. Approximately 55 hectares of vines are worked, divided between properties, rents and contributors. FRANZ HAAS has always been recognized as a great lover and lover of the most difficult, most sensitive, most satisfying grape variety: Pinot Noir. Despite all the attention, commitment, effort, the product is not always up to its origins , and therefore our selection, the “Schweizer”, is not always placed on the market. Another detail that distinguishes FRANZ HAAS , is the connection with the artist Riccardo Schweizer, who also collaborated with Picasso, Chagall, Cocteau, Paul Éluard and Le Corbusier and created the wine labels ... which were donated by Maria Luisa Manna to Franz , as a good omen for the release of its wines. The vineyards are all located in the municipalities of Egna, Montagna and Aldino and start from an altitude of 240 meters up to 1,150 meters, with a great variability of microclimate and soil, from porphyritic sand to clay up to high soils. limestone content.
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Data sheet

Naming
South Tyrol Doc
Grape variety
White Cuvee
Area
South Tyrol
Gr. Alcoholic
13%
Format
0.750 l

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