Alto Adige Wine Region
Pampered by Mediterranean sun, shaped by the Alpine landscape, prepared by experienced winegrowers, and prized by wine connoisseurs throughout the world: wine…
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Wines of Alto Adige - Alpine or mediterranean?
Alto Adige wines are a true representation of Italy's diversity. Nestled in the northernmost part of Italy, the region's unique climate, landscape, and culture create a perfect environment for producing wines that are notable for their distinctive character and elegance. The region's geography is characterized by steep slopes and terraced vineyards, surrounded by the dramatic Dolomite Mountains. This contrast between the rugged terrain and the delicate vines produces unique wines. #altoadigewine
Wine Varieties of Alto Adige
The Multitude of Varieties in the Winegrowing Region of Alto Adige - Where More than 20 Varieties Mature to Peak Enjoyment. And it is not just the indigenous vines of Lagrein and Schiava (Vernatsch). 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. #altoadigewines #südtirolwein #winevarieties
The 2030 Alto Adige Wine Agenda. Biodiversity in the vineyards.
The work on and with the grapevines will be carried out sustainably. At the same time, everything possible will be undertaken in order to support biodiversity in the vineyards. #altoadigewine #südtirolwein #altoadigewineagenda
Alto Adige’s terroir: the origin of great wines
The perfect ensemble: climate, location, soils and people. The climate, location, soils and people are the basis of Alto Adige’s terroir, with the potential for creating remarkable wines here, where Alpine and Mediterranean flora and culture intersect. A mosaic of very different soil types is characteristic for the region. #altoadigewine #südtirolwein #wineterroir
The People Behind the Scenes
Complete commitment in the vineyards and wineries: with Alto Adige’s winegrowers, it's quality before quantity. #altoadigewine #südtirolwein #winegrowers
Alpine Wine with Mediterranean Charm
Alto Adige is one of Italy’s smallest winegrowing regions. Yet thanks to its geographical position, it is also one of the most multifaceted. What emerges here are not trendy wines, but rather authentic wines with their own original character. #altoadigewines #südtirolwein #alpinewine
Places you should visit in Alto Adige 📍Termeno
If you are looking for a charming and relaxing destination in the heart of the Alto Adige wine region, you should definitely visit Termeno (Tramin in German). This picturesque village is the home of the famous Gewürztraminer wine and boasts a long tradition of wine making. Termeno is also a paradise for outdoor lovers, offering scenic bike trails, hiking paths, swimming spots and endless possibilities for leisure activities. #altoadigewines #südtirolwein #vinialtoadige
Explore the beauty and diversity of Alto Adige wine
Are you a wine lover who wants to explore a new and exciting wine region? Then you will love the landscapes and vineyards of Alto Adige, a northern Italian region that produces more than 20 grape varieties, each with its own terroir and personality. You will see how Alto Adige wines are influenced by the Alpine and Mediterranean climates, the diverse soils and the cultural heritage of the region. #altoadigewines #winetravel #winelover
Alto Adige Winery Tours
The multifaceted wines produced require considerable effort. Thanks to the work of the 5,000 winegrowing families on their historic estates, as well as to modern wineries and a consistent, sustainable quality philosophy, the wines from the mountains of Alto Adige – white and red alike – have now taken their place among the world’s best appreciated wines of origin.
The taste of spring
… and what’s more: our Easter menu with wine pairings We start with a fruity dish: the combination of melon with speck and Roquefort For some, asparagus is the finest aspect of spring! Its characteristic flavour is not merely a delight on its own, but also makes a fine ingredient for this pasta dish. ur Easter menu culminates in this delicate main course: a grilled steak slice with potato and courgette skewers served with BBQ sauce #altoadigewines #südtirolwein #vinialtoadige
For a taste of Alto Adige and this year’s novelties, visitors can head to Pavilion 6 to visit the individual stands of the 90 wine producers at the Alto Adige booth. The Consortium Alto Adige Wines will also organize thematic tasting sessions offering a selection of 20 wines every day. Visitors can register at stand C2/D2 in Pavilion 6.
On the Go through Alto Adige’s Grapevines 🥾🍇
The Pinot Noir Trail Caldaro Wine Trail Gewürztraminer Trail Via Vinum Venostis - Val Venosta wine route WineCulturePath Marlengo Chiusa Wine Trail Terlano Wine Trail Lagundo Instructional Wine Trail Cortaccia Instructional Wine Trail “Gschleier Path” Instructional Nature and Wine Trail in Cornaiano Castel Sallegg Wine Trail
The many facets of the wines of Alto Adige
Sip, savor, and soak in the stunning views of Alto Adige while experiencing the rich flavors and aromas of its world-renowned wines. A wine lover's paradise awaits in this picturesque corner of Italy.
Tradition and International Exchange at Alto Adige Wine Events
The wine events range from tastings, thematic days, and presentations of new additions to convivial nights in the winery and gourmet festivals all the way to professional conferences and get-togethers of international experts. And outside of the region, as well, Alto Adige wines are presented to the world, for instance at renowned wine tradeshows such as “Vinitaly” in Verona, Italy or “ProWein” in Düsseldorf, Germany.