The designation “vom Boden” (from the soil) expresses our recognition of the warm and deep soil composed of sand and gravel, deposited by the Eisack River: the result is that the Lagrein from the
Pfannenstielhof is velvety, smooth and light on the palate.
The Lagrein vom Boden grows on the “pergola” training system on the valley floor around Bolzano.
At the end of the harvest, the grapes are carefully trimmed and the juice is fermented for approximately 11 days at a controlled temperature. After the malolactic fermentation, the wine is aged in medium-sized wooden barrels.
Lagrein vom Boden: it is all in the name
The Lagrein vom Boden manifests the special character of the soil. It is a velvety wine, fruity, rounded, strong and smooth at the same time, with refinement and elegance, structure and body.
We value it because it is a faithful messenger of the terroir that essentially determines its character.