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February 26, 2019

We have our next wine dinner scheduled with 

Crowley Vineyards

 

The menu is available at

labottegafoods.com

March 21, 2019

$110 per person

plus tax & gratuity

Wednesday

Wine Tastings

February 27 & March 6, 2019

 

Remember, with the purchase of wine tasting, wine tasting wines are 50% off Wednesday night only!

 

February 27

 

Aia Vecchia

$15

 

Vermintino

2017

$29

 

Lagone

2016

$32

 

Sor Ugo

2015

$155 (1.5L)

 

 

March 6

Have you ever tried...

Obscure Italian Varietals

$15

 

Erste-Neue

Schiava

$39

 

Corte Dei Papi

Cesanese

$39

 

Masseria Liveli

Susumanello

$45

It's always fun to step out of our comfort zone and try something new!

Schiava (Vernatsch)

vernatsch

This indigenous grape variety had its first documented historical mention at the end of the Middle Ages, and it has played a central role in Alto Adige/Südtirol winegrowing since the sixteenth century. Schiava presents aromas of sweet cherries, red currants, raspberries and strawberries. Added to this, there are often tones of almonds and 
violets. The Schiava grape produces a light wine low in tannins, with moderate alcohol content, low acidity and individual character that is typical of the area. For example, S. Maddalena wine is considered fuller in body, the Lago di Caldaro is softer, and the Meranese is somewhat spicy.

Area under cultivation:

798 ha

Cultivation zone:

Primarily Bolzano, Oltradige, Merano and Bassa Atesina

Preferred location:

terraced slopes with deep soil located between 400 and 500 meters (1,300 and 1,600 feet) above sea level that cool down well at night, preferably on alluvial and gravel soils

Serving temperature:

12-14° C. (54-57° F.)

Recommended pairings:

in general with all appetizers, especially with Tyrolean farmer's bacon, cold cuts, cheeses, traditional Alto Adige home cooking, veal

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