A wine that is meant to recreate the feeling of staring up at the stars on a late summer night.
The ancient varietal originated in France and moved towards Austria and Trentino in the early 1800s.
The grapes name is due to the curious feature that the grapes change color around August 10th, feist day of San Lorenzo (Saint Laurent/ Sankt Lorenz/ Saint Laurence).
San Lorenzo 100%
fruity expressions of blueberry and strawberry
dry, fresh, juicy, vinous
Autumnal dishes of the harvest tradition- polenta and pumpkin, cured meats, fresh cheeses. In the summer it begs to be used like a white wine- chill it and slurp it.
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