Frequent readers of this blog now that I’m a fan of Tenute Loacker. If you’re not familiar with this winery I recommend you to read this article which gives you a quick overview. Ysac is a white wine from Tenute Loacker’s Schwarhof estate in South Tyrol. I found this rather old bottle in my cellar
Category Archives: Trentino-Alto Adige
Trentino-Alto Adige consists of the two autonomous regions Trentino and South Tyrol (Alto Adige in Italian, Südtirol in German). It’s the only Italian region where German is next to Italian the official language. The capital of the region is Trento. Trentino-Alto Adige is located in north-east Italy. Wine making has long history in Trentino-Alto Adige.
Chrysanta – A Moscato Giallo from South Tyrol Today I have another wine review from Tenute Loacker for you. This time it’s an organic wine from their South Tyrolean Schwarhof estate. For information on the winery I recommend my Tenute Loacker winery review. Chrysanta is a sweet wine produced with 100% Moscato Giallo grapes. All
Has been some time since my last Tenute Loacker review. I need more days per week to try all these wines that I want to try.. This time it’s a wine from their South Tyrolean Schwarhof estate. Namely a 2009 vintage Gran Lareyn Lagrein. A red wine classified as Alto Adige DOC. The name of
When you red the title you might have concluded from the vintage that we’re talking about a red wine here. I have to disappoint you but Tenute Loacker‘s Ateyon is a white wine from their Schwarhof estate in South Tyrol. A full review of the winery can be found here. 90% Chardonnay and 10% Kerner
Morit is a St. Magdalener Classico from Tenute Loacker’s Schwarhof estate in South Tyrol, Italy with a cuvée of 92% Schiava and 8% Lagrein grapes. Follow this link for more information about Tenute Loacker and a summary of wines that I’ve reviewed from them. I decided to open a bottle from the 2007 vintage. Morit
Today I went down in the wine cellar and looked through some of the treasuries down there. When I looked at the magnum bottles (1.5 liters) I couldn’t decide which one to take but then settled for the Tenute Loacker Kastlet from the 2000 vintage. A very old wine. In my cellar I also have