Color: straw yellow with green hues.
Aroma: intensive, light note of nutmeg, aromatic, fruity with notes of peach, apricot and mandarin orange.
Taste: dry, full-flavored and juicy.
Grape varierty: Kerner - South Tyrol DOC.
Steep sun-blessed slopes in the Isarco Valley and on the Renon at about 600 to 800 meters a.s.l.
The carefully selected grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Stainless steel is also used for maturation to keep the wine fresh and crisp.
Light starters, cold meats, egg and mushroom dishes, freshwater fish and steamed seafood, also outstanding as an aperitif.
10 - 12°C.
3 - 5 years.
750 ml - 75 cl - 0,75 lt.
Wine can contain sulphites.
The winery is wrapped in a bronze-colored envelope of perforated sheet aluminum scored with veins in a stylized vine leaf pattern. It is visible afar – the gleaming cube that rises majestically the hillside: the new hallmark of the city of Bolzano. The architecture, the design is an unequivocal statement of what this place is all about: wine in all its diversity and fascinating facets. Italy’s first ClimateHouse winery. The headquarters for the 224 families that make up the cooperative and home to a unique range of quality wines.
Alcoholic content: 10.50 %
The Cantina Bolzano is a renowned winegrowing cooperative in the heart of South Tyrol, Italy. The winery was founded in 1908 and since then it has developed into one of the most important wineries in the region. The winery is located in the city of Bolzano, which is known for its picturesque location in the middle of the Dolomites.
The Bolzano Winery has an area of around 230 hectares, on which mainly autochthonous grape varieties such as Lagrein, Vernatsch and Gewürztraminer are cultivated. The winery's vineyards are situated in some of the best locations in South Tyrol, including St. Magdalena, Gries, Grieser Platz and Rentsch. The location of the vineyards on the steep slopes of the Dolomites provides ideal conditions for growing grapes.
The Bolzano Winery is known for its high-quality wines, which regularly win awards at national and international competitions. The winery prides itself on producing only handcrafted wines that reflect the terroir of its vineyards. The vinification is carried out under the direction of the experienced oenologist Stephan Filippi, who is known for his uncompromising quality philosophy.
The Bolzano Winery is also committed to sustainability and has taken various measures to minimise its environmental impact. These include the use of renewable energy, the reduction of water and energy consumption and the promotion of biodiversity in its vineyards.
All in all, Cantina Bolzano is an outstanding representative of viticulture in South Tyrol. With its high-quality wine production, its commitment to sustainability and its focus on the region's autochthonous grape varieties, Cantina Bolzano is an important ambassador for regional wine traditions and terroir.
A vivid stramineous color with greenish gleam. The flowery aromas remind of roses, cloves, nutmeg and ethereal flavours. The taste is harmonic, fresh and soft with a long persistant finish.
Straw-yellow in colour, the Pinot Grigio (sometimes called Ruländer) has a pleasantly fruity bouquet slightly reminiscent of bananas, pears and linden flowers.
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.
characteristic, elegant and aromatic white wine The designation "Aromatico" expresses the great intensity of this wine's bouquet. COLOUR: yellow with greenish hues, NOSE: slightly to markedly aromatic, with an unmistakable bouquet of muscat, other spices and rose, TASTE: dry, robust, full, aromatic.