Subtly pronounced, fresh, fruity, fl oral (violet), white pepper


Light to medium bodied, well-balanced, juicy, soft, dry

Growing Conditions

Until the 1970s this native grape variety was central to wine-making in Alto Adige, which is why it was long considered a red wine region. As the grapes prefer the shade, we continue to train the Schiava vines with pergola trellis system. The wines have freshness, light and rounded tannins and a moderate alcohol content and are ideal companions to light fare.

- Organic cultivation
- Gelected vineyard sites in Caldaro and Cortaccia. Altitude: 300 to 400 metres a.s.l. (980 - 1,300 feet)
- Soils are gravelly and with an important content of limestone


Fermentation: maceration in stainless steel tanks
Maturation: malolactic fermentation, concrete vessels (approximately 6 months)

Every label of the Classical Grape Varieties features one of the winery's foundational values, symbolized through natural elements of the vineyards and cellar. The subject of this label stands for Humility.


Ruby-red with a purple shimmer

Food Pairing

Starters, pasta, pizza, white meats and poultry