This beautiful wine farm and estate is located in the municipality of Bozen in the Italian wine-growing region South Tyrol (region Trentino-Südtirol). The vineyard area covers an acreage of two hectares where the vines are trained to grow on the pergola. Our main variety is Vernatsch. From this traditional grape variety we produce 3 wines at once. One rosé and two different St. Magdalener. Other red wine varieties are Lagrein and Merlot. As white wine we have a Sauvignon in our offer.
Varietal: Schiava + approx. 5% Lagrein
Growing area: In midst of the wine-growing area of St. Magdalena on its typical sandy porphyry soils
Harvest: End of September/beginning of October (selected grapes)
Vinification: Fermentation in steel barrel with maceration period of 20 days. Organic acid reduction, storage in large oak barrel for 12 months and 6-7 month in the bottle
Serving temperature: 16-18 °C
Food matching: meat (roast beef, rabbit, lamb)
Alcohol: 13,0 %vol*
Acidity: 4,8 g/l*
Residual sugar: 2,5 g/l*
* Depending on the year, the analytical values may vary slightly
We kindly ask you to send us your enquiry by phone, enquiry form on the website or e-mail. We sell our wines directly at the farm (please make an appointment).
How to find us
Leaving Bozen’s old town or the highway exit Bozen Nord continue for approximately 3 kilometers towards Rentsch/St. Magdalena. Our farmhouse is located in the small village of St. Magdalena, right at the village square in midst of the vineyard.
I-39100 Bozen/Bolzano Südtirol/Alto Adige St. Magdalena/Santa Maddalena Untermagdalena/Via Santa Maddalena di Sotto 30 MwSt./SteuerNr./Part.IVA/Cod. fisc.: 01315880219 Steuernr./Cod.fiscale: SPRMTN62C20A952A
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