Kerner in purity, Adler Kerner comes to life in the charming town of Klausen, Chiusa, in the province of Bolzano, in the magical Valle Isarco, the beating heart of South Tyrol, a terroir traditionally extremely suited to viticulture.
Adler von Klausen, literally, "eagle of Chiusa", is the symbol of the cellar that also stands out on the label and depicts the eagle, an animal that in symbolism represents cosmic power, absolute freedom and, therefore, life. The wine does not betray these expectations and is elegant and refined. The Kerner vine loves the light, gravelly and sandy soils of the higher and sun-exposed slopes of the middle Isarco Valley, from which a full-bodied and tasty wine is obtained that enjoys great appreciation. It is produced with hand-harvested grapes. A soft processing and pressing of the grapes is followed by fermentation at a controlled temperature in steel and aging in the same containers on the noble lees.