St. Magdalener DOC Rosso

St. Magdalener DOC Rosso – Wilhelm Walch Winery – Tramin (BZ), Italy

Wilhelm Walch vineyards  Wilhelm Walch cellar

Located along the famous Südtiroler Weinstraße (Wine Road) in Italy’s northernmost region of the Trentino Alto Adige, the Wilhelm Walch Winery has been producing high-quality grape from an old Jesuit monastery in the medieval town of Tramin since 1869.

St. Magdalener DOC Rosso | ©Tom Palladio Images

And out from Walch’s flows  St. Magdalener DOC Rosso, a delicious red that I’ve enjoyed on numerous occasions.

St. Magdalener DOC Rosso | ©Tom Palladio Images  St. Magdalener DOC Rosso | ©Tom Palladio Images

A blend of 90% Vernatsch and 10% Lagrein-Pinot NeroSt. Magdalener DOC Rosso is brought to fruition in large Slovenian oak barrels.

A dense cherry-red color, the bouquet is freshly picked cherries, slightly bitter almonds and a touch of violet. On the palate, it’s juicy and pleasant, and this “saint” follows through with a very nice soft and round finish.

St. Magdalener DOC Rosso | ©Tom Palladio Images  Homemade flatbread pizza | ©Tom Palladio Images

St. Magdalener DOC Rosso pairs well with a variety of dishes: mild cheeses, spicy starters, light meats — grilled or roasted — freshwater fish and our “Lazy Person” flatbread pizzas.

Drink responsibly.


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The Palladian Traveler's Borsalino over cobblestone | ©Tom Palladio Images


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