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2017 Weingut Pranzegg 'Caroline'

Alto Adige, Italy

Caroline is a so-called "gemischter satz" of a vineyard with a co-plantation of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Viognier and Manzoni Bianco. These grapes are macerated for two weeks, creating a light orange wine. Aged for 20 months in old wood. Spicy and mineral with light blossoms, tarragon, bergamot, and a perfect balance. Flawless. Thanks to Lo-Fi for their notes.
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Weingut Pranzegg
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$92
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$92
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  • VINEYARD HEALTH
    Organic
  • YEAST
    Wild
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About the maker

Weingut Pranzegg is a small 3.5 hectare family estate in the mountain foothills of the town of Bozen in Südtirol, just 50 km south of the Austrian border. The vineyard has been in the family for three generations.

Martin and his partner Marion continue to preserve the small-structured farm set-up that always rooted in the philosophy of seeing a farm as a closed and sustainable eco-system. Naturally, Martin and Marion grow varieties most suited and native to the region including Lagrein, Schiava/Vernatsch - but also mixed white field blends including Müller Thurgau, Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc as well as Chardonnay, Viognier, Sauvignon and Manzoni Bianco. His vines grow on terraces with a raised pergola system typical of the region.

The wines of Pranzegg carry a real finesse with them, often only showing their potential at second glance. For Martin, it is about focus. 'As a winegrower, it is primarily my intention to narrate the region, the scene, the year and our way of living. Working biodynamically helps us not to blur the narration.’
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