Grape: Pinot Bianco 100%
The grapes from which they make Pratum grow on the oldest vines in the Prey location on soils consisting of porphyry gravel and Gardena sandstone at a height of 550 metres above sea level.
The name “Prey” comes from the Latin “Pratum”: the typical nature, elegance and clarity of this Terlan Pinot Bianco are all at once perfectly expressed.
Production process: Low-temperature must clarification and subsequent controlled cool fermentation at 15-18°C. The main part fermented in French casks (13 hl) and a small part in French tonneau casks (500 litres); only a small portion with skin contact.
Yield per vine: 1.0 kg - 50 hl/ha
Aging: Two parts aged in stainless steel tanks, one part aged in French tonneaux casks (500 litres).
Cellaring recommendations: Up to 8 year
Wine and food pairing: Excellent with risotto, hors d'oeuvres, seafood, fish and white meat.
Wine Advocate: 90/100