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A brief history

Born of fire: Terlano’s vineyards nestle like sun terraces in red porphyry rock of volcanic origins. A type of Bolzano quartz-porphyry, it comprises a sequence of acidic lavas and volcanic eruption products with intermediate sediment layers...
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Via Silberleiten 7
Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige
39018

www.kellerei-terlan.com

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Cantina Terlano Wines

Featured Wines

Cantina Terlano Müller Thurga Bottle Preview
Cantina TerlanoMüller Thurga

The Müller Thurgau grapes grow in our highest and steepest vineyards, which extend from 500 up to 900 meters above sea-level, where it produces very elegant wines with the peach and nutmeg flavors that are typical of the variety.

Cantina Terlano Pinot Grigio Bottle Preview
Cantina TerlanoPinot Grigio

"An extremely elegant wine is the Pinot Grigio with its multifaceted fruity bouquet. It convinces with its mild, round finish and balanced acidity."

Cantina Terlano Chardonnay Bottle Preview
Cantina TerlanoChardonnay

"The internationally successful Chardonnay grape is now a standard item in the vineyards of Terlano, too. As both a cuvée and a varietal, it regularly produces highly versatile wines with a pleasing freshness and a very attractive tropical fruit component."

Cantina Terlano Pinot Bianco Bottle Preview
Cantina TerlanoPinot Bianco

Pinot Bianco has always been one of the most important wines at Cantina Terlano; it lends powerful expression to the terroir where our grapes mature. As a varietal, the delicate and above all mineral Pinot Bianco, is a hallmark of the winery.

Cantina Terlano Winkl Sauvignon Blanc Bottle Preview
Cantina TerlanoWinkl Sauvignon Blanc

Winkl is a juicy, delicately fruity, minerally Sauvignon Blanc, which has been produced as a varietal wine since 1956. In the Terlano DOC area, this grape variety has long been grown with excellent results in the oldest vineyards.

Cantina Terlano Porphyr Riserva Bottle Preview
Cantina TerlanoPorphyr Riserva

“Three selected sites with vines that are almost a hundred years old and so deliver highly concentrated chewy tannins form the basis of our Lagrein Selection. The wine is fermented and aged in barriques. That gives our Lagrein Porphyry, which owes its name to the bedrock on which the region’s vineyards stand, a complex and intensive nose, although the wine remains compact and distinctive on the palate.” Rudi Kofler