There is one thing we want to do with our wines more than anything else and that is to inspire. We do this by working out the characteristics of each grape variety we cultivate right down to the smallest detail and by emphasising the typicity of their area of origin. With our extensive winegrowing expertise and passion, we cultivate ten typical Alto Adige grape varieties on terraces at challenging altitudes of up to 860 metres above sea level and select only the best hand-picked grapes for the production of our quality wines. The result is well-balanced, fresh mountain wines with a captivating aroma and elegance. Within three quality lines we produce characterful whites, typical varietal reds as well as a sweet dessert wine.



Designation of origin: IGT
Grape variety: Moscato Giallo 50%, Sauvginon 25%, Gewürztraminer 25%
Vinification: Harvest in the end of September; raisining for 5 months; skin fermentation at low, controlled temperature; fermentation interrupted for acquisition of residual sugar.
Degustation: Pale straw yellow with slight greenish reflections; intensive bouquet of mango and blooming elder; sweetness and refreshing at the same time.
Dish ideas: Recommendable to foie gras and to various kinds of blue cheese; excellent to various kinds of sweet dishes.
Service temperature: 8-10 °C
Storability: 10 years