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Secret Hints of Charming Wine

Discovering Private Wineries in Monasteries, Castles, and Estates

Behind the members of the association “Alto Adige Estate Wineries” are for the most part family-run operations and determined, and in fact even sophisticated, people with a great passion for the product of Alto Adige wine. Every estate winery follows its own path. While proudly maintaining the family traditions, ambitious ideas for the future are pushed forward. Substantial impetus for Alto Adige’s winegrowing has originated with and continues to come from the estate wineries of the province, such as some of the biodynamic and organic approaches. The individual estate wineries are structural gems in the midst of extensive vineyards which, whether monastery wineries, estates, castles, or manors, make their invitation to authentic wine experiences with tastings and tours. This is the place where the full variety of Alto Adige comes alive once again.

Many of the renowned names in the world of Alto Adige wine are members of the Alto Adige Estate Wineries: Elena Walch, Foradori, Hofstätter, Lageder, Zemmer, Muri Gries, Martini, Brigl, Kreithof, Castel Salegg, Tiefenbrunner, Ritterhof, Schloss Rametz, Sölva, Neustift, Köfererhof, Pacherhof, Haas, Pfitscher, Arunda, Braunbach, Rottensteiner, Oberrauter, Gummererhof, Egger Ramer, Waldthaler, Niedermayr, Weger, Warasin, W. & G. Walch, Kettmair, Elzenbaum, Castelfeder, Kuppelwieser…

Fascinating people, intriguing wineries, surprising wines.
  • - Wine Variety
  • Blauburgunder
  • Bronner
  • Cabernet
  • Cabernet Franc
  • Cabernet blanc
  • Cabernet cortis
  • Chardonnay
  • Gewürztraminer
  • Goldmuskateller
  • Grauburgunder
  • Kerner
  • Lagrein
  • Manzoni bianco
  • Merlot
  • Muscaris
  • Müller Thurgau
  • Pinot Grigio
  • Prior
  • Riesling
  • Rosenmuskateller
  • Rotburger
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Sekt
  • Solaris
  • Souvignier gris
  • Sylvaner
  • Syrah
  • Veltliner
  • Vernatsch
  • Weißburgunder
  • Zweigelt
  • - Services
  • Guided Tours
  • Sales
  • Restaurant
  • Overnight Stay
  • Lieferservice
  • - Location
  • Aldino/Aldein
  • Appiano s. S. d. V./Eppan a. d. W.
  • Barbiano/Barbian
  • Bolzano/Bozen
  • Bressanone/Brixen
  • Bronzolo/Branzoll
  • Caldaro s.S.d.V./Kaltern a.d.W.
  • Castelbello-Ciardes/Kastelbell-Tschars
  • Cermes/Tscherms
  • Chiusa/Klausen
  • Cornedo all'Isarco/Karneid
  • Cortaccia s.S.d.V./Kurtatsch a.d.W.
  • Cortina s.s.d.V./Kurtinig
  • Egna/Neumarkt
  • Feldthurns/Velturno
  • Fiè allo Sciliar/Völs am Schlern
  • Laces/Latsch
  • Lagundo/Algund
  • Lana/Lana
  • Magrè s.S.d.V./Margreid a.d.W.
  • Marlengo/Marling
  • Marling/Marlengo
  • Meltina/Mölten
  • Meran/Merano
  • Merano/Meran
  • Montagna/Montan
  • Nalles/Nals
  • Naturno/Naturns
  • Naz-Sciaves/Natz-Schabs
  • Ora/Auer
  • Parcines/Partschins
  • Partschins/Parcines
  • Postal/Burgstall
  • Rio di Pusteria/Mühlbach
  • S. Genesio Atesino/Jenesien
  • Salorno/Salurn
  • San Leonardo i.P./St. Leonhard i.P.
  • San Martino i.P./St. Martin i.P./San Martino i.P.
  • Scena/Schenna
  • Silandro/Schlanders
  • Terlano/Terlan
  • Termeno s. S. d. V./Tramin a. d. W.
  • Tesimo/Tisens
  • Tirolo/Tirol
  • Varna/Vahrn
  • Velturno/Feldthurns
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Red? White? Sparkling?

Fresh white wines, fruity red wines, and mineral-rich sparkling wine specialties: Alto Adige wine opens up an inexhaustible variety of facets of gourmet enjoyment to seasoned connoisseurs and new aficionados alike.