Bronner Kurtatsch 2018
|Eye||Bright straw yellow color|
|Nose||Complex and with notes reminiscent of peach, apricot, ripe citrus and meadow flowers|
|Mouth||Palate with energetic acidity and a rich mineral imprint that give the wine dynamism and an important structure followed by fresh and with good persistence|
|Pairings||Cheddar cheese,potato chips,dark choclate|
|Grape details||Bronner 100%|
|Region||Trentino Alto Adige (IT)|
|Place of Production||N/A|
|Wine bottle size||0,75 L Standard|
Mitterberg IGT is a designation for the Alto Adige region of northern Italy, created in 1995. It covers the whole of the Bolzano-Alto Adige (Bozen Südtirol) province. Its flexible rules allow a wide range of wine styles.
It is made with Bronner, a white grape variety bred in 1975 by Norbert Becker of the Freiburg viticultural institute in Germany. It gained official recognition as a protected variety two years later, and is now grown in small amounts in Italy, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland.
After the harvest, the grapes are fermented in white in large stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature and then undergo a refinement of a few months in steel.