A gold medal for the aromatic Traminer
With the aromatic Traminer Elyònd, the South Tyrolean Laimburg cellar won the Grand Gold Medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, wine and spirits industry, contributing to the third place of Italy in the world.
The Cellar Laimburg in Unterland, has a long winemaking tradition and can boast a rich history of success. The aromatic Traminer Elyònd is the wine with which the winery Laimburg won one of five Italian Grand Gold Medals at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, the "world championship" of wine and spirits industry. This is one of the most important international wine competition which was attended by nearly 7,000 wines around the world and that seen France first on the podium, followed by Spain and Italy and where South Tyrol, in fact represented by the winery, won one of the Great Gold Medals thanks to one of its finest wines. The aromatic Traminer Elyònd is a wine of great structure and harmony, characterized by a pleasant acidity which gives elegance and finesse. It is aged for 8 months in stainless steel tanks and other 8 months in barrels. Its color is yellow gold, as the medal that he won, and has all the best wine-making tradition of 'South Tyrol: only 1% of 6624 wines and 340 spirits in the race has been awarded this recognition.