2010 Erste e Neue "Grobnerhof" Santa Magdalener Alto Adige

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Here is an excellent quaffer from a highly revered co-op in the Alto Adige--Erste e Neue. It's got a great deep ruby color with aromas and flavors of cherry with nutty accents. Fruity and round, with moderate in alcohol, this wine pairs well with mediterranean dishes as well as spicy Asian fare. I love, love love good versions of St. Magdalener (93% Vernatsch, 7% Lagrein) and this is an excellent version indeed! (Chris Miller, K&L Italian Specialist, Hollywood)

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Staff Image By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/12/2011 | Send Email
Santa Magdalener is a blend of Vernatsch (aka Schiava) and Lagrein, and it is the perfect summer red. Medium-bodied, it is characterized by fruity notes (cherry and raspberry) with almond and violet and hints of spices and herbs, sort of like a cross between Beaujolais and Bourgeuil. It is mouthwatering and savory. I like to give this a slight chill and pair it with grilled poultry or just sip it on the porch with some salami andsalty cheese.

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Alcohol Content (%): 13