Vernatsch, Markus Prackwieser Gump
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Vernatsch, Markus Prackwieser Gump - 2021

Item # 24490 750mL

The red Vernatsch grape is also known as Schiava which hails from the Alto-Adige region of northern Italy. The vines are trained in the old Pergola system at altitudes ranging from 400 to 450 meters in elevation. Vernatsch is an addictive, lightly hued red wine that works wonders with appetizers and fish alike. Fermented in stainless steel tanks then transferred to old wood barrels to settle for around 7 months before bottling.

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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

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Do you like lighter-bodies wines like Pinot Noir? Do you like drinking glass after glass of red wine while watching Law & Order SVU marathons on your couch? Do you like exploring different grapes? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions then this light-body, cool-climate Italian Schiava is for you! Clad with bright sour cherry notes and freshly-picked raspberries from your local Oregon farmers market with bright acidity to boot! This is a great bottle to bring to a party as a fun and interesting gift or when you're just having a friend over. Schiava is normally grown in Germany but it is not so commonly found in the Trentino-Alto Adige area of Italy.

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Trentino-Alto Adige

Crossing the historic boundary between Italy and Austria, Trentino-Alto-Adige is in fact comprised of two autonomous regions (Trentino and Alto-Adige). The swath of land was returned to Italy after World War I, and the two regions have been lumped together in the winemaking world ever since. Alto-Adige, the northernmost half of the region, retains great pride in its Germanic heritage, evidenced by the dual language bottle labels appearing in the region. The region is most famous for its...

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Alto Adige

Comprising the northern half of the oft-conjoined Trentino/Alto-Adige region of Northern Italy, Alto-Adige is in fact its own entity with its own distinct style of winemaking. Situated on the historic boundary between Italy and Austria, the two autonomous regions were returned to Italy after World War I (hence why they are often lumped together). Alto-Adige retains great pride in its Germanic heritage, evidenced by the dual language bottle labels appearing in the region. Alto-Adige is most...

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