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The Sleek Poet among Alto Adige White Wines

Kerner is grown as a frost-resistant grape variety especially at higher elevations in the Val Venosta and Isarco Valley. This cross between Schiava (Vernatsch) and Riesling owes its name to the German poet Julius Kerner. The sleek, spicy white also reveals itself to be poetic in the glass when its subtle tones of nutmeg emerge from the abundance of aromas and its fine, fruity bouquet reveals the great potential of this wine.
104 hectares (257 acres)
the area of cultivation for Kerner
out of the total area of cultivation in Alto Adige
Serving temperature
10° C. (50° F.)
12° C. (54° F.)
Pairs with
grilled fish
vegetable dishes
Preferred location
On gravel soils in the Isarco Valley and Val Venosta, in sun-drenched, high elevations between 550 and 800 m (1,800 and 2,600 ft.) above sea level.
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