The St. Pauls Winery, also known as Cantina San Paolo, is a renowned winegrowing cooperative in the heart of South Tyrol, Italy. The winery was founded in 1907 by 23 winegrowers who joined forces to jointly market their wines. Today, the cooperative has more than 200 members and cultivates a total of around 190 hectares of vineyards.
The St. Pauls Winery is known for its high-quality wines made the region's indigenous grape varieties such as Vernatsch, Lagrein and Gewürztraminer, but also international varieties such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Merlot. The winery's vineyards are located at an altitude of 250 to 750 metres above sea level and benefit the region's climatic conditions, which are characterised by mild temperatures, plenty of sunshine and cool nights.
A special focus of the St. Pauls Winery is on sustainable wine production. The cooperative has committed itself to the guiding principle of "quality instead of quantity" and relies on careful cultivation of the vineyards in order to conserve natural resources and minimise environmental pollution. Modern technologies are also used to ensure gentle winemaking.
The wines of the St. Pauls Winery are award-winning and attract international attention. Particularly noteworthy are the Gewürztraminer, which is considered one of the best in all of South Tyrol, and the Pinot Noir, which is considered one of the best in Italy. The wines of the St. Pauls Winery are characterised by a fine balance of fruitiness and elegance and stand out for their high quality and authenticity.
Overall, the St. Pauls Winery is one of the leading winegrowing cooperatives in South Tyrol and stands for high-quality wines that are characterised by the diversity and beauty of the region. With its commitment to sustainability and gentle wine production, the winery also sets an example for environmental protection and responsible agriculture.
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Chardonnay South Tyrol - 2021 - vine cellar St. Pauls
Chardonnay enjoys universal appeal, greenish-yellow in colour with a delicately fruity aroma, dry, fresh and racy on the palate reminiscent of pineapple, banana, apple, pear, citrus fruits, caramel, villa and butter.
Cuvée Paul white - 2021 - S. Paolo Winery
Fresh, fruity and juicy ߥ this is the Cuvée. The label of Cuvée PAUL illustrates the combination of origin, location and vines. Cuvée PAUL - our light white wine in a nutshell. Fragrant white wine with floral notes and exotic fruits. Juicy with animated freshness and fruitiness. The most important grape varieties Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc form a blend that expresses pure joy of life.
Gewürztraminer St. Justina - 2021 - vine cellar St. Pauls
This wine is made carefully selected Gewürztraminer grapes, which comes the area of St. Pauls called St. Justina. It has a delicate, aromatic and warm-spicy flavour which reminiscent of cinnamon, nutmeg, and rose petals. It is rich and round on the palate and is one of South Tyrol's best known wines.
Pinot Blanc Reserve Sanctissimus - 2015 - Winery S. Paolo
Inspired by this significant project, by the small church just above the vineyards, and by St. Paul, who gave our winery its name, we elected to baptise this unique wine with the name of SANCTISSIMUS. The small harvest due to the age of the vines together with south-facing slopes guarantees the very best of grapes, hand-harvested with the utmost of care. Our reverence for this outstanding wine has impelled us to preserve the processing and ageing technique of a vinification system which is somewhat unusual in Alto Adige, and entails mild fermentation on skins followed by maturation in terracotta amphorae.
Pinot Nero Luzia - 2021 - vine cellar St. Pauls
This Blauburgunder (Pinot Nero) is aged in wooden barrels, it has a ruby purple-red colour with a hint of blackberries. Characteristic of this wine is its fruity, pleasant and wholehearted flavour. The Luziafeld vineyard is situated near the St. Pauls winery where the soil is loamy.
Schiava Missianer - 2021 - vine cellar St. Pauls
Vernatsch is a traditional South Tyrolean grape, greatly contributing to the local wine culture through its uncomplicated drinkability. New quality parameters and modern production methods have ensured that its popularity has continued to increase in recent years. In the village Missian this grape finds the best conditions to create this succulent fruity and elegant red wine.
St. Magdalener Classic South Tyrol - 2021 - vine cellar St. Pauls
St. Magdalener is a typical South Tyrolean red wine made Vernatsch and Lagrein grapes, of a pleasing colour that ranges ruby to garnet. It has a wide pallet of fruity flavours, almonds to wild cherries, which expand and intensify on the palate. It is delicate yet has a powerful structure.