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An overview of our South Tyrolean wines

Wines with character and refinement

Real connoisseurs do not drink wine, they taste secrets – the Spanish painter Salvador Dalí knew it well. The precious fruit, the pleasing acidity, the splendid mineral tones and the longevity of our wines in Naturns/Venosta Valley will captivate your palates and make wine tasting an exquisite experience…

Riesling: our flagship

Yellow fruit aromas | structured acidity and mineral notes

This late ripening variety develops unique aromas in vineyards located at higher altitudes. The grapes are harvested by hand from the beginning to the middle of October and processed with care. We currently grow our Riesling on an area of 6 hectares 600 – 900 m above sea level, with a density of 9,000 – 13,000 plants/ha.

Riesling

Riesling

First production: 1995
Taste: apricot, peach and citrus fruits ...

Riesling Alte Rebe

Riesling Alte Rebe

First production: 2015
Taste: tangerine aromas; hints of citrus fruits ...

Pinot Blanc: The classic

delicate notes of apple and citrus | full acidity and pleasantly crispy

The Pinot Blanc grapes, with dense medium-sized berries, are harvested by hand between the middle and the end of September. The ageing process and the subsequent storage in bottles allow the wine to develop to its full potential. We currently grow our Pinot Blanc grapes on an area of 3 hectares 600 – 900 m above sea level, with a density of 9,000 – 11,000 plants/ha.

Pinot Blanc

Pinot Blanc

First production: 1995
Taste: aromas of apple, pear and citrus fruits ...

Pinot Blanc phileo

Pinot Blanc phileo

First production: 2016
Taste: delicate aromas of apple, vanilla and citrus fruits ...

Sauvignon: The exotic

delicate notes of black currant, grapefruit and elder flowers | accentuated acidity in the finish

The small grapes with dense berries are harvested by hand at the end of September and processed with care. To fully develop its character, after ageing and bottling the wine is aged further in the bottles stored in the cellar. We currently grow our Sauvignon on an area of 1.5 hectares 600 – 700 m above sea level, with a density of 9,000 – 12,000 plants/ha.

Sauvignon

Sauvignon

First production: 1995
Taste: blackcurrant, grapefruit and elder flowers ...

Gewürztraminer: the spicy one

Rose petals, cloves and tropical fruits | fresh acidity

Gewürztraminer is the smallest part of our production. Its characteristics are the pink hue and the small berries. The grapes are harvested by hand at the beginning of October, and processed with care. The fermentation and the ageing in large acacia wood casks allow the wine to fully develop its aromas. We currently grow our Gewürztraminer on an area of 1.5 hectares 600 m above sea level, with a density of 9,000 plants/ha.

Gewürztraminer

Gewürztraminer

First production: 1995
Taste: rose petals, cloves and tropical fruits ...

Pinot Noir: The elegant

discreet notes of forest fruits and cherry | finely structured tannins and a robust body

Pinot Noir is characterized by its compact and small size grapes. After harvesting by hand in mid-September, Pinot Noir is fermented in large oak fermentation vats for 3-4 weeks. During this period, the berries are pressed manually. The wine is then kept for twelve months in French barrique barrels (228-500 l). We currently grow our Pinot Noir on an area of 2 hectares 600 – 700 m above sea level, with a density of 9,000 – 12,000 plants/ha.

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

First production: 1995
Taste: aromas of wild berries and delicate notes of cherry ...

Pinot Noir Rosé

Pinot Noir Rosé

First production: 2018
Taste: fresh cherry aroma and hints of forest fruits ...