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United by the Love of Wine

Alto Adige’s Winegrowers: Small-scale Structures, Great Commitment

Multifaceted wines do not need a lot of land. Just great commitment at the right location. That is proven by the approximately five thousand winegrowers in Alto Adige every year. In their small-scale structures, they nurture and harvest that which will turn into enjoyment in the glass. They deliver their grapes to around 200 winemaking operations which transform the impressive pallets into white wines, red wines, and sparkling wines.

Around forty million bottles of wine are produced in Alto Adige every year. Around 70% of them originate from cooperative wineries. Another 25% of the annual wine production comes from Alto Adige’s estate wineries, with the remaining 5% being a product of the “Alto Adige Independent Winegrowers”.

Behind the sparkling wines are the members of the “Association of Alto Adige Sparkling Wine Producers with the Classic Bottle Fermentation Process”, who handle the making of top-quality bubbly.
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Via Mayr Nusser 72, 39100, Bolzano
Tel. 0471 978388
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Obermoserhof

S.Maddalena di Sotto 35, 39100, Bolzano
Tel. 0471 973549

www.obermoser.wine
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Pardellerhof Montin

Via Terzo di Mezzo 15, 39020, Marlengo
Tel. 339 1771577

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Partaneshof

Via Verdi 66, 39012, Merano
Tel. 0473446260

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Peter Zemmer

Strada del Vino 24, 39040, Cortina s.s.d.v.
Tel. 0471 817143

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Pitsch am Bach

Via S. Giustina 10, 39100, Bolzano
Tel. 0471 973004

www.pitsch-am-bach.com

Planitzer

Gleno 25, 39040, Montagna
Tel. 0471/819407

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Popphof

Via Terzo di Mezzo 5, 39020, Marlengo
Tel. 0473 447180

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Prackfolerhof

Spiegelweg 9, 39050, Fiè allo Sciliar
Tel. 0471 601532

www.prackfolerhof.it
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