Pinot Noir Trail

Pinot Noir Trail

Elegant with a variety of aromatic nuances, Pinot Noir is considered the king of red wines. The wine-educational trail leads past cultural and historical places such as the archaeological site of Castelfeder, the old Fleimstal valley railway line, the St. Stephen's Church in Pinzon with its late Gothic Hans-Klocker altar, the idyllically situated St. Michael's Church in Mazon, the ruins of Kaldiff castle, and the stately Enn Castle. Thanks to informative display boards and interactive installations such as "Wine Memory," hikers learn interesting facts about the Alto Adige Unterland wine-growing region and its history. The Pinot Noir Trail is accessible 365 days a year. It is not dangerous and represents an exciting journey of discovery for leisure-minded hikers. Important information: A series of ‘red Bs’ serve as trail markers.

1. The big circuit

Starting point: Auer at the Schwarzenbachschlucht gorge
Length: 14 km
Difference in altitude: 618 m
Duration: 4.5 hours
Level of difficulty: medium

2. The Auer/Ora village circuit

Starting point: Auer at the Schwarzenbachschlucht gorge
Length: 6.5 km
Difference in altitude: 257 m
Duration: 2 hours
Level of difficulty: easy

3. Montan/Montagna village circuit

Starting point: Montan. The former Fleimstal valley railway station
Length: 4.1 km
Difference in altitude: 179 m
Duration: 1 hour
Level of difficulty: easy

Details & itinerary

Castelfeder sulla Strada del Vino Soc. Coop. a r. l.
Piazza Principale 5
39040 - Ora/Auer - South Tyrol - Italy
Tel.: +39 0471 810 231
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