Alto Adige Wineries

Alto Adige wineries range from thousand-year-old monasteries to modern architectural wonders, each producing outstanding wine – discover your favorite today.

Alto Adige wineries are as diverse as the wines found in the region. Many have roots back to monastic times, and some are even still run by monks.

Cooperative wineries, where many grape growers band together to make wine at one facility, are common here; over 70% fall into this category! It demonstrates that producers can work together to the benefit of the region as a whole. Cooperatives sometimes get a bad rap, but the wine quality level is excellent.

The wineries in Alto Adige are very welcoming. Many have not only open tasting rooms, restaurants, but also have lodging as well. Be sure to check out the wineries below, and discover your next wine adventure.

Abbazia di Novacella (Kloster Neustift) in Valle Isarco during fall.

Alto Adige Winery Facts

  • There are 274 wineries in Alto Adige.
  • There are over 5000 grape growers in Alto Adige.
  • Each grape grower has an average of 2.5 acres (1 hectare) of vineyard.
  • Abbazia di Novacella was established in 1142 and is the oldest winery, and still functioning monastery, in Alto Adige.