Alto Adige Red Wines Have Both Tradition and Great Potential for the Future

Enjoyment of Wine with the AHA! Effect

What issues forth from Alto Adige are not trendy wines, but rather authentic wines with their own original character. These include not only old and established red wines, but also internationally established vines and promising new clones. In addition to the indigenous varieties of Schiava (Vernatsch) and Lagrein, the classic Bordeaux varieties such as Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon have been at home in Alto Adige since as early as 1890. The multifaceted terroir in Alto Adige unfolds a great variety in red wines with astonishing finesse, and whether at times fruity or at times multilayered, it never ceases to cause a sensation.
Lagrein Alto Adige


Alto Adige's Nobility
in a velvet suit

Pinot Noir Alto Adige

Pinot Noir

Elegant caliber
with a fullness that matches the grape intensity

Merlot Alto Adige


A full-bodied charmer:
for melting away



The profound one
with full body and spice

Red Wine Alto Adige

About the Varieties