Riesling
riesling
This noble variety from Germany was brought to Alto Adige/Südtirol in the nineteenth century. In contrast to German wines, these Rieslings are fermented dry, for the most part leaving little or no residual sugar. Especially in the cooler regions of the Isarco Valley and the Val Venosta, Rieslings emerge with fine peach and citrus aromas and a lively, bright acidity.
Area under cultivation:
77 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Oltradige, Isarco Valley, Val Venosta an Merano
Growing method:
pergola and Guyot trellises
Preferred location:
high elevations, gravel soils
Synonyms:
Rhine Riesling, White Riesling
Serving temperature:
10-12° C. (50-54° F.)
Recommended pairings:
oysters, other shellfish, Asian dishes, appetizers
weissburgunder
Area under cultivation:
540 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Oltradige, Bassa Atesina and Adige Valley
 
sauvignon
Area under cultivation:
393 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Bassa Atesina, Oltradige and Adige Valley
 
gewuerztraminer
Area under cultivation:
574 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Bassa Atesina, Oltradige and Adige Valley
 
chardonnay
Area under cultivation:
538 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Bassa Atesina, Oltradige and Adige Valley
 
pinot-grigio
Area under cultivation:
629 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Bassa Atesina and Oltradige
 
sylvaner
Area under cultivation:
73 ha
Cultivation zone:
almost exclusively in the Isarco Valley, to a small extent also in the Adige Valley and the Bolzano basin
 
veltliner
Area under cultivation:
27 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Isarco Valley
 
kerner
Area under cultivation:
100 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Isarco Valley an Val Venosta
 
mueller-thurgau
Area under cultivation:
211 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Isarco Valley, Bassa Atesina and Oltradige
 
goldmuskateller
Area under cultivation:
91 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Oltradige and Bassa Atesina
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