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Deeply Rooted:
The Multitude of Varieties in the Winegrowing Region of Alto Adige

Where More than Twenty Varieties Mature to Peak Enjoyment

In spite of its modest size, the winegrowing region of Alto Adige serves up a noteworthy spectrum of grape varieties. And it is not just the indigenous vines of Lagrein and Schiava (Vernatsch) that have settled in with a special liking to the Alto Adige terroir. Right next to them thrive many other noble, lively, and powerful red and white wine varieties that reveal their clear-cut aromas between snowy Alpine peaks and Mediterranean cypresses. The character of the wine varieties is perfected by winemakers with skill and instinct, creating a level of quality that has caused an international sensation.

Alto Adige Wine

About the Varieties