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The St. Magdalener Classico from the wine-growing region of Trentino-Alto Adige presents itself in the glass in bright purple. In the glass, this red wine from Petruskellerei reveals aromas of plum, currant, sour cherry and blackberry, complemented by almond. Petruskellerei St. Magdalener Classico tastes pleasantly dry. It has been bottled with exceptionally little residual sugar. This is a real quality wine, which clearly stands out from simpler qualities and so this Italian naturally enchants with the finest balance despite all dryness. Aroma does not necessarily require much residual sugar. On the tongue, this balanced red wine is characterized by an incredibly crisp texture. The final of this red wine from the wine-growing region of Trentino-Alto Adige finally thrills with considerable reverberation. The finish is also accompanied by mineral notes of the clay-dominated soils.
Vinification of St. Magdalener Classico from Petruskellerei
The balanced St. Magdalener Classico from Italy is a cuvée, pressed from the Lagrein and Vernatsch grape varieties. The grapes grow under optimal conditions in Trentino-Alto Adige. Here, the vines dig their roots deep into soils made of clay. At the time of optimal ripeness, the grapes for St. Magdalener Classico are harvested exclusively by hand without the help of coarse and less selective machines. After the harvest, the grapes are immediately taken to the winery. Here they are selected and carefully milled. Fermentation follows in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures. Vinification is followed by aging for several months on the fine lees before the wine is finally drawn into bottles.
Recommendation for St. Magdalener Classico from Petruskellerei
This Italian red wine is best enjoyed at a temperature of 15 - 18°C. It is perfect as an accompaniment to lamb stew with chickpeas and dried figs, vegetable couscous with beef patties or stuffed peppers.
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