St. Michael Eppan Appius Magnum 2011Magnum Volume
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Description of St. Michael Eppan Appius Magnum 2011
St. Michael Eppan Appius Magnum 2011 (Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc)
TASTING NOTES OF St. Michael Eppan Appius Magnum 2011:
- View: Bright straw yellow, green reflections.
- Nose: rich aromas of tropical fruit, combined with gooseberry, elderflower and smoked vanilla.
- Mouth: creamy mature and complex minerality with delicacy and strength while fruit.
APPELLATION: Alto Adige.
VINEYARD: St. Michael Eppan
GRAPES: Chardonnay 70%, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon.
WINE PAIRING: Strong fish dishes such as turbot or monkfish, but also with mushroom risotto and truffles.
TEMPERATURE: 8-10 °C
How to serve
Founded in June 1907, a time of economic depression, the cooperative dedicated itself from its very beginnings to promoting the cultivation of top-quality wines and ensuring adequate revenue for its members. It is due to the farsightedness of the authors of the early oenological guidelines that the production facilities have, in essence, preserved their original functionality. Side by side with the traditional wooden casks dating back to the days of the founding fathers, state-of-the-art wine-making techniques ensure outstanding quality and testify to that harmonious and functional symbiosis of tradition and modern technology which is the hallmark of San Michele-Appiano.More about the Winery
Reviews of St. Michael Eppan Appius Magnum 2011
In this St. Michael Eppan Appius Magnum 2014, the wood dominates the wine flavours.
Golden yellow. Main aromas of pear and a banana. It was a very smooth white.