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    Pinot Grigio DOC H.Lun 0.75 L

    H.Lun

    Regular price €10,90

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    DESCRIPTION

    Since 1840 H.LUN wines have been synonymous with quality of South Tyrolean origin.
    H.Lun's "Pinot Grigio Alto Adige" wine by H. Lun is a still and dry white wine made with 100% Pinot Grigio grapes, harvested entirely by hand. Vinification takes place exclusively in large wooden barrels in which it develops its aromas and nobility.
    A tenacious wine, with the right sugar and alcohol content and good fixed acidity, which helps to enhance its aromas and maintain them over time.

    Alcohol: 14°

    Pairings: Pinot Grigio, with its fine and fragrant aroma, its harmonious pleasantness on the palate and its soft body, goes very well with asparagus, fish and delicate meats.

     

    THE WINERY AND THE TERROIR

    In the long wine-making tradition of South Tyrol, H.Lun wines have always played a very special role. With great competence and foresight, already in 1840, Alois H. Lun had the entrepreneurial courage and tenacity to produce exclusive wines from the best terroir, to which he gave his name: this is how the quality brand H.Lun was born.


    The south Tyrolean vines enjoy ideal climatic and geological conditions: a mild climate of continental Alpine type, with over 300 sunny days a year the Alps to the north shielding the region from the northern cold winds, while from the south the warm currents of the Mediterranean and Lake Garda come to caress the vines. The strong temperature differentials between day and night, an average temperature of 18°C during the vegetative period, and the presence of frequent precipitation, are the ideal ingredients for harvesting quality and perfectly ripe grapes. To each vine its soil: from the arid terroir of the volcanic porphyry, to the metamorphic rock of quartz and mica, from limestone and Dolomite rocks to marl. It is in this variety of soils that both native and international vines find ideal growing conditions.