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The wine is then matured.
The history of our Wildbacher goes back as far as the 18th century, when Count Antonio Collalto planted this unusual grape variety on his properties.
Because of its long presence here, then, the Wildbacher is considered to all extents and purposes a local native grape.
The wine appears an intense, deep ruby red. That intensity translates on the nose into emphatic impressions of ripe wild blackberry, tobacco leaf, and interwoven nuances of pungent hay and wild herbs. Its long maturation in oak succeeds in tempering its vigorous tannins to judicious, elegant proportions.
Overall, this is a wine for those who know how to patiently wait. Thanks to its crisp acidity and tannins, Wildbacher is the perfect partner to a wide array of fine, meat-based dishes.
Slow-cooked preparations and highly-flavoured stews and braises are best, since they complement the decisive, self-confident sensations that are the hallmarks of this wine.
Wildbacher is a superb exemplar of the quality that a native grape can offer and of the unique character that a specific terroir can yield.
Best enjoyed at 16-18°C.