2016 Furggl Lagrein Riserva

2016 Furggl Lagrein Riserva When opened, big aromas of dark-red fruit and earthiness wafted from the bottled, with a whiff of aromatic-sweetness. Fruity on the palate, more boldness than finesse. Probably at...

Is This the Ultimate Summer Red?

“Around here,” says the winemaker, as he pours me a glass of brilliant, shimmering ruby-red liquid, “we like to think there are actually 4 types of wine: red, white, rosé... and Schiava.” It was Matthias Hauser...
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Versoaln, the Oldest Wine in the World

Italy is a country full of castles, and in SudTirol (Alto Adige) there is one particularly ancient, called Schloss Katzenzungen. The name means “cat’s tongue” but this is not a nickname, it is the real name of its former owner. Situated on a hill in a little village named Prissiano (north of Bolzano), this castle boasts 800 years of history, but today it is a place for quiet relaxation.