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  1. Lagrein is a little known Italian variety, in fact it is from the North East of Italy.
  2. Lagrein is a late-ripening vine, therefore needs warmer climates to develop.
  3. Lagrein is a late ripening varietal and needs these conditions to reach its full maturity.
  4. Lagrein is a grape type with a structure not too dissimilar from Cabernet. (Web site)
  5. The Lagrein is a wine of a dark ruby colour.


  1. Detail of LaGrein grape growing regions, and LaGrein producing wineries within North America.
  2. Cobaw Ridge in the Macedon Ranges region has a wonderful Lagrein.
  3. Lagrein has potentially high quality and is grown on large gable trellises, with a midseason bud break and ripening; cane pruning is common.
  4. This Lagrein offers intense aromas of wildwood berries, aromatic herbs and sweet violets.
  5. The 2005 Lagrein is a first release of its kind by Brown Brothers, which is a richly flavoured Australian wine with fruit and mild characters.

South Tyrol

  1. From their website: "This Lagrein comes from Gries, a pleasant district of Bozen (Bolzano), the capital of South Tyrol.
  2. We love Lagrein Vernatsch and Lagrein are both red wine brands native to South Tyrol.


  1. In their list for the cooler end of things was this variety Lagrein. (Web site)
  2. An excellent wine, demonstrates Lagrein's potential to rank among the big-name grape varieties. (Web site)


  1. The Novio Mezzacorona is produced from Teroldego and Lagrein grapes native to the Trentino-Alto Adige region in northeastern Italy.
  2. Lagrein is almost unknown in Australia, the variety originates from Sud Tyrol - Alto Adige in the far-north east of Italy.
  3. Lagrein: Information from Lagrein [lah-GRAYN] A red-wine g grown mainly in Italy's trentino-alto adige region.
  4. Portuguese Term: Lagrein Variedade de uva que se cultiva no Trentino e no Alto Adige para elaborar um rosado delicado e um tinto aveludado.

Northern Italy

  1. Lagrein, a red wine grape grown predominantly in the Trentino-Alto Adige region of northern Italy. (Web site)
  2. Alto Adige's native Lagrein and Trentino's Teroldego stand with northern Italy's most distinguished vines, making wines of singular personality.


  1. Lagrein is almost unknown in Australia, the variety originates from Sud Tyrol - Alto Adige in the far-north east of Italy.
  2. Lagrein Riserva Abtei is the most thorough expression of all Lagrein brands in South Tyrol.


  1. Lagrein produces deep, dark red wines called Lagrein Dunkel or Lagrein Scuro. (Web site)
  2. Lagrein is vinified into deep, dark reds (known as Lagrein Dunkel or Lagrein Scuro) and ros--s (called Lagrein Kretzer or Lagrein Rosato). (Web site)
  3. Despite its northern location, the indigenous Lagrein achieves inky-purple reflections and provides a gust of dark fruit with herbal notes.

Ynez Valley

  1. Andy’s vineyard is in a warmer area of the Santa Ynez Valley, and heat--is what Lagrein needs.
  2. Lagrein a new wineg variety for Australia a new wineg variety for Australia Mosby Produces Cal-Ital wines from estate-grown fruit in the Santa Ynez Valley.


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