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From Alpine vineyards in Alto Adige, Northern Italy, this wine is pale yellow in colour, with a light aromatic perfume and a gentle fragrance of tropical fruits. On the palate it's dry and medium bodied, with a fruity finish and well-balanced acidity. The wine is fermented in stainless steel vats then aged and matured on fine lees for 6 months to provide some texture. We think it's perfect as an aperitif, or, if you're feeling up to it, pair with swordfish carpaccio, poached fish like blue trout, sea bass in foil, boiled beef with a celeriac purée or fresh alpine cheese. Delicious.
In a wine region steeped in history, you know you’re onto something special when you encounter the oldest, the first of its kinds. Cantina Andriano (or Kellerei Andrian), founded in 1893, is the oldest cooperative of winemakers in Alto-Adige, an area which, more than most, is dominated by social cooperatives. Today Cantina Andriano produces fresh, fruity, and mineral white wines with elegance and complexity in their youth that make them fantastic value for money.
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