上阿迪杰DOC, which is located in the Trentino-Alto Adige region, also known as South Tyrol, is one of Italy’s top wine-growing regions, as well as the highest wine-growing region in Europe, with vines planted as far up as 1,000 metres on the steep Alpine slopes. Here the vineyards have both the benefits of the Mediterranean sun and the multifaceted Alpine landscape. It is this wonderful terroir that makes the wines from Alto Adige so unique.
For Pinot Noir lovers, I recommend彼得·策梅尔|黑比诺RISERVA豇豆Kofl 2017年|上阿迪杰DOC，这是英国唯一的。它是由彼得·策梅尔在上阿迪杰其家族拥有的酒庄生产的，并已赢得的Gambero Rosso的，这被认为是意大利最负盛名的全国白酒竞争“两杯”奖。
The wine is made from hand-selected grapes from a single vineyard (vigna) named Kofl, which lies at 1,030 metres above sea level in the foothills of the Dolomite Alps. As the vineyard is south-facing, the grapes get lots of sunshine during the day and ripen well, despite the high altitude. The vines are kept well aerated by the cold winds blowing from the glaciers. The resulting wine produced is refreshing and full of lovely aromas such as rose petals, cloves and dried strawberry.
我的第二个建议是Maturum Lagrein RISERVA 2017年|上阿迪杰DOC |银牌, which is medium bodied red with slightly more complex aromas of violets, dried roses, blackberries, cherries and dark chocolate. It is the perfect autumnal or winter wine, with gentle tannins but a fantastic taste finish. It is award winning and has won a prestigious Decanter Silver award.
You can find both these wines online athttps://www.independent.wine/wine-shop/
如果你碰巧访问该地区,你会的be thrilled to know that there is a “wine street,” known locally as Weinstraße (in German) or Strada del Vino (in Italian). This road starts in the southern end of the village of Cortina, and stretches for 10 kilometres to the village of Tramin to the north. What could be better than walking down a wine street, trying different wine along the way? Sounds like an absolute dream to me!
Have you tried wine from Alto Adige DOC?