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All posts tagged "Alto Adige"

  • Alois Lageder

    The Wines… Don’t be fooled by the sheer volume of wine produced by Alois Lageder. Yes, there are 37 different bottlings...

    Kevin DayMarch 16, 2019
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    Three Wines from Alois Lageder

    Battling Climate Change with a Bag of Tricks

    Kevin DayMarch 14, 2019
  • Abbazia di Novacella

    The Wines… Situated high in the Valle Isarco to the northeast of Bolzano — near the city of Bressanone — Abbazia...

    Kevin DayOctober 29, 2018
  • Alto Adige/Südtiroler DOC
    Kerner vs. Kerner

    An Obscure Cross Has Been Making In-Roads in Alto Adige and California

    Kevin DayAugust 10, 2018
  • Alto Adige/Südtiroler DOC
    Elena Walch Schiava: Vivid Cherry & Bitter Almond

    300 Words (Or So) About a Wine Ideal for Thanksgiving Leftovers

    Kevin DayNovember 25, 2017
  • Alto Adige/Südtiroler DOC
    Very Good Pinot Noir from Alto Adige

    Think of where the world’s best Pinot Noir comes from and you’ll probably mention Burgundy first. Next, you might say the Russian...

    Kevin DayFebruary 26, 2016
  • Alto Adige/Südtiroler DOC
    Most Exciting White Wine of the Year: Kerner

    They did it again, those winemaking monks of Abbazia di Novacella. After tasting their Schiava, Lagrein and Pinot Grigio (the latter of...

    Kevin DayAugust 24, 2015
  • Alto Adige/Südtiroler DOC
    Only in Northern Italy: The Simple Beauty of Lagrein

    Italy is flush with indigenous grapes that don’t seem to thrive anywhere else. Of these, Lagrein is among my absolute favorites....

    Kevin DayOctober 28, 2014
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    Schiava from Alto Adige

    “Guess where this one comes from, Mom,” I asked, spinning the bottle of Schiava on our counter. My mother, who is German...

    Kevin DayJuly 10, 2014

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