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Cornerstone of Winegrowing in Alto Adige

Alto Adige’s Winery Cooperatives are One Step Ahead

The Association of Alto Adige Winery Cooperatives comprises all twelve of the winery cooperatives in the province. It provides a significant impetus for innovation which a single winegrower with an average of one hectare (two and a half acres) could in no way apply all by themselves. This power of innovation is tangible through and through in the winery operations, for example, in their highly modern equipment, in their latest technologies, in the constant continuing education of their employees, in the monitoring of the winegrowing areas, and in the wine event culture of Alto Adige. No matter in which direction you turn, the winery scene in Alto Adige is not merely an absolute pleasure for wine connoisseurs, it is also a point of attraction for fans of architecture and design.
  • - Wine Variety
  • Blauburgunder
  • Cabernet
  • Chardonnay
  • Gewürztraminer
  • Goldmuskateller
  • Kerner
  • Lagrein
  • Merlot
  • Müller Thurgau
  • Pinot Grigio
  • Riesling
  • Rosenmuskateller
  • Sauvignon
  • Sekt
  • Sylvaner
  • Veltliner
  • Vernatsch
  • Weissburgunder
  • - Services
  • Guided Tours
  • Sales
  • Restaurant
  • Overnight Stay
  • Lieferservice
  • - Location
  • Aldino/Aldein
  • Appiano s. S. d. V./Eppan a. d. W.
  • Barbiano/Barbian
  • Bolzano/Bozen
  • Bressanone/Brixen
  • Bronzolo/Branzoll
  • Caldaro s.S.d.V./Kaltern a.d.W.
  • Castelbello-Ciardes/Kastelbell-Tschars
  • Cermes/Tscherms
  • Chiusa/Klausen
  • Cornedo all'Isarco/Karneid
  • Cortaccia s.S.d.V./Kurtatsch a.d.W.
  • Cortina s.s.d.V./Kurtinig
  • Egna/Neumarkt
  • Feldthurns/Velturno
  • Fiè allo Sciliar/Völs am Schlern
  • Laces/Latsch
  • Lagundo/Algund
  • Lana/Lana
  • Magrè s.S.d.V./Margreid a.d.W.
  • Marlengo/Marling
  • Marling/Marlengo
  • Meltina/Mölten
  • Merano/Meran
  • Montagna/Montan
  • Nalles/Nals
  • Naturno/Naturns
  • Naz-Sciaves/Natz-Schabs
  • Ora/Auer
  • Parcines/Partschins
  • Postal/Burgstall
  • Rio di Pusteria/Mühlbach
  • S. Genesio Atesino/Jenesien
  • Salorno/Salurn
  • San Leonardo i.P./St. Leonhard i.P.
  • San Martino i.P./St. Martin i.P./San Martino i.P.
  • Scena/Schenna
  • Silandro/Schlanders
  • Terlano/Terlan
  • Termeno s. S. d. V./Tramin a. d. W.
  • Tesimo/Tisens
  • Tirolo/Tirol
  • Varna/Vahrn
  • Velturno/Feldthurns
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Small Winegrowing Region, Big Variety

Today, Alto Adige’s winemakers produce around 50% less wine than thirty years ago. In so doing, they make use of the advantages of the widely varied landscape of Alto Adige and, through targeted specialization, they achieve an unmatched level of quality.