The Kerner variety is a Schiava and Riesling hybrid created in Weinsberg (Germany) around 1930. It prefers the light, gravelly and sandy soils of the higher altitude, sunny hillsides of the mid-Valle Isarco. Despite their late ripening period, these grapes provide a highly acclaimed full-bodied and tasty wine.
Delicate processing and crushing are followed by temperature-controlled fermentation and ageing on fine lees in stainless steel tanks with a lack of malolactic fermentation.
A straw-yellow shade with tints of greenish hues, it has an intense, aromatic bouquet of peach, apricot and spice enhanced by a well-balanced acidity.