Complex and elegant, Klaus Lentsch's wines were quite the discovery during the first ever Quaranvino Dinner Date. Lagrein is a grape variety native to Sud Tirol and produces wines with high acidity and beautiful aromas. Klaus refuses to release his Lagrein until it has had a year longer to age to in barrique and become a Riserva.
This is a beautiful wine that pairs well with meat dishes due to its pronounced acidity. At only 13% alc. finishing the bottle is really not the issue.
Something about the wine...
Taste: Spicy, earthy, intense, elegant
Odour: leather, tar, cocoa, floral scents
Colour: intense cherry red with violet reflections
Goes well with: beef, pork, game, cheese
Type of wine: Red wine
Grape variety: 100% Lagrein
Drinking temperature: 16 to 20°C
Shelf life: 2 to 4 years
Alcohol content: 13%.
Closure: Full body cork
capacity: 0,75 litre
Allergens: Contains sulfites
Country of origin: Italy
Region: South Tyrol