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From Winemaking to Building: Traversing New Paths

Modern Accents between Old Walls

More and more frequently, Alto Adige wine draws attention to itself not just with outstanding products, but also with artistic buildings. Since the point in time when Alto Adige wines managed the leap from simple table wines to outstanding, noble wines, many wineries have also presented themselves accordingly.

Where the Gothic and Renaissance styles once shaped Alto Adige’s winery buildings, today modern tendencies distinguish themselves between historical walls. Within that context, the connection with tradition is maintained and is shown in the melding of old constructions with fresh ideas. A symbiosis that is rich in contrasts and yet harmonious: the ideal framework for moments to enjoy!

Bolzano Winery

The Bolzano Winery building, which was opened in 2018, has become a symbol of Alto Adige wine culture. It houses wine greats that have won international prizes in its imposing grape leaf cube which was built using sustainable methods and harmoniously blends into the landscape.
www.kellereibozen.com

Tramin Winery

With its conspicuous green and striking design, the Tramin Winery draws attention to itself. The wine shop and tasting room seem to embrace the landscape like arms, allowing the refined construction to meld into its surroundings.
www.cantinatramin.it

Pfitscher Estate Winery

Sustainability claims its reward! In 2012, the Pfitscher Estate Winery in Montagna was the first winery to be climate certified. With the motto “Keep the tradition, dare to try the new”, it was moved into the middle of the vineyards to make wine in an environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient manner. Since then, it has proudly carried the “ClimateHouse Wine” seal.
www.pfitscher.it

Kaltern Winery

Anyone who comes to Caldaro is received at the entrance to the village by the winecenter, which is captivating with its no-frills architectural elegance. Behind the glass and bronze-colored façade with its grape leaf appearance, the history of farms, wineries, and various locations from the Alto Adige wine village all comes to life. A sight worth seeing, and not just for wine connoisseurs!
www.kellereikaltern.com

Manincor Estate Winery

Once the tasting room and sales pavilion of the Manincor Estate Winery are entered, the first glance falls upon the panorama of Lake Caldaro. But what the visitor has no idea of: the true heart of the winery is hidden in subterranean vaults – the cellar rooms, with all of their secrets.
www.manincor.com