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Alto-Adige is one of the smallest winegrowing regions in Italy. It does, however, rank among those with the most diverse terroirs, incorporating slopes at the foot of several 3000m peaks in the north of the region, in contrast to gentle hills in the south. Altitudes between 250m and 1,000m create growing conditions that are challenging but all the more rewarding: long ripening times, considerable temperature differences between day and night and a complex mixture of soils that enhance the characteristic elegance, finesse and structure that only mountain wines can claim for themselves. Dark garnet red. Powerful bouquet with pleasant cherry fruit. Palate and aftertaste full of smooth tannins with hints of bitter chocolate long lasting.