The totality of all of the geographical, geological, vegetative, and climatic factors, together with the way that Alto Adige’s winegrowers capture the unique features of the region and the winegrowing zone, are responsible for the character of the wine. Alto Adige’s winegrowers and wineries impart to each wine their own personal signature.

And Alto Adige’s winegrowing zones are also distinguished by the variety of grape varieties and wines. In spite of its relatively modest size as a winemaking province, Alto Adige brings forth astonishing wines, arriving at the very peak of Italian winemaking, in particular with its white wines. The palette of unmistakable, authentic wines ranges from pure varietals to rare, limited productions, from bubbly sparkling wine to deliciously sweet specialties.

From the grape varieties of Pinot Blanc, Gewürztraminer, and Sauvignon Blanc, Alto Adige’s winegrowers conjure up crispy, fresh white wines, while they turn Schiava [Vernatsch], Lagrein, and Pinot Noir into top wines at the international level. With Alto Adige sparkling wine made from Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Noir grapes, Alto Adige wineries have brought a rare specialty to the market.