Kerner (named after a Poet who wrote drinking songs!) is a very aromatic white. It is a cross between Riesling and Schiava. The wine has a fresh 'fruitiness' and mouth-watering acidity in a - key lime, kiwi and a nutty almond frame. It has floral notes a
Kerner (named after a Poet who wrote drinking songs!) is a very aromatic white and was recently introduced to South Tyrol in northern Italy about 20+ years ago. It is a crossmatch between Riesling and Schiava. Because the grape is frost resistant it is grown in cooler areas like Alto Adige, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
This wine is vinified in temperature controlled stainless steel and has the fresh 'fruitiness' of Riesling with its mouth-watering acidity. It has fruity - key lime, kiwi - and a nutty almond frame. It has floral notes along with a minerally edge.
Pair with creamy cheeses, mature cheeses, risottos, fish and shellfish.