Alto Adige's powerful ambassador of the region

Although it had nearly died out by the end of the 1970s, Lagrein has in the meantime conquered a constantly growing fan base. The indigenous wine filled with character has its roots in Bolzano and is impressive with its velvety fullness and soft acidity. The noble, spicy tones are accompanied by fruity berries, fresh cherries, and violets. When aged in small oak casks, Lagrein unfolds its elegant, full-bodied presence. A rosé version is also made from the grape, known as “Lagrein Rosato” (or “Lagrein Kretzer”).
537 hectares (1327 acres)
the area of cultivation for Lagrein
9.0 %
out of the total area of cultivation in Alto Adige
Serving temperature
16° C. (61° F.)
18° C. (64° F.)
Pairs with
aged cheeses
Data sheet
From origin to cultivation and the aromatic characterization: find here more information on Lagrein.
Preferred location
On sand, gravel, and Bolzano porphyry at lower, warm locations up to 300 m (1,000 ft.) above sea level.
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