Colli di Bolzano

Fresh and easy-drinking Schiava from the hills.


Sitting at the base of impressive mountain peaks, south of the Isarco River, is where you’ll find the shadier vineyards of Colli di Bolzano, complementing the sunny slopes of Santa Maddalena.

Colli di Bolzano Region Map

What to expect from Colli di Bolzano

It’s a bit cooler here compared to Santa Maddalena, and so the Schiava grapes aren’t as sun-baked in comparison. You get lighter, fresher styles of Schiava based wines. If you’re looking for something easy-drinking and accessible without cellaring, Colli di Bolzano is perfect.

Did you know?

There are wineries in this area trying out new and interesting fermentation techniques and even making Pétillant Naturel wines too, though those wines won’t have Colli di Bolzano on the label.

Check out Pitzner and Thurnhof for vineyards in this area if you're visiting this side of the Isarco river.

Selected Colli di Bolzano Wines

Thurnhof Weinegg Bottle Preview
ThurnhofWeinegg

Weingut Sebastian Praxmarer Pinot Noir Rosé Bottle Preview
Weingut Sebastian PraxmarerPinot Noir Rosé

Castel Englar Winery Gewürztraminer, Orange Bottle Preview
Castel Englar WineryGewürztraminer, Orange

Erbhof Pitsch am Bach Südtiroler Lagrein DOC Bottle Preview
Erbhof Pitsch am BachSüdtiroler Lagrein DOC

Castel Englar Winery Gewürztraminer Classic Bottle Preview
Castel Englar WineryGewürztraminer Classic

Castel Englar Winery Passito Bottle Preview
Castel Englar WineryPassito

Castel Englar Winery Pinot Noir Classic Bottle Preview
Castel Englar WineryPinot Noir Classic

Castel Englar Winery Pinot Noir Riserva Bottle Preview
Castel Englar WineryPinot Noir Riserva

Erbhof Pitsch am Bach Südtiroler Gewüztraminer DOC Bottle Preview
Erbhof Pitsch am BachSüdtiroler Gewüztraminer DOC