Terlano Terlaner Cuvée
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Terlano Terlaner Cuvée

$27.99

A composition of Terlano’s three most traditional white varieties, Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay and Sauvignon, this ancient cuvée, which was one of the wines produced when the winery was founded, is an extremely complex wine. Starting with the 2013 vintage, this expressive blend has been elevated by using grapes from vineyards that were previously withheld for the Vorberg, Kreuth and Winkl production. The Terlaner Classico is now a vineyard line wine and is therefore filled in the Sebastianina bottle, paying tribute to the uniqueness of the cuvee and its award‐winning quality. Vinification includes gentle whole cluster pressing and clarification of the must by natural sedimentation. Slow fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures is followed by aging on the lees, also in steel tanks, for 5-7 months, with blending one month before bottling.

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A composition of Terlano’s three most traditional white varieties, Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay and Sauvignon, this ancient cuvée, which was one of the wines produced when the winery was founded, is an extremely complex wine. Starting with the 2013 vintage, this expressive blend has been elevated by using grapes from vineyards that were previously withheld for the Vorberg, Kreuth and Winkl production. The Terlaner Classico is now a vineyard line wine and is therefore filled in the Sebastianina bottle, paying tribute to the uniqueness of the cuvee and its award‐winning quality. Vinification includes gentle whole cluster pressing and clarification of the must by natural sedimentation. Slow fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures is followed by aging on the lees, also in steel tanks, for 5-7 months, with blending one month before bottling.