The Sylvaner variety has been cultivated in Valle Isarco for over a century and today is one of this valley’s most representative grape varieties. The favourable weather conditions, the loose and pebbly soil and the airy and sunny vineyards allow this variety to give its best and stand at the top in terms of quality.
The grapes selected for the production of this prestigious wine come from the sunny vineyards that surround the Sabiona monastery, known as the “Acropolis of Tyrol”. The severe selection, the controlled production and the delicate ageing in acacia wood casks provide this wine with unmistakable breed.
This elegant wine owes its fragrant bouquet to controlled production and delicate refining in oak barriques. A wine that charms with its extraordinary combination of the acidulous and fruity notes of its bouquet.
Schiava, the grape variety most typical of and most commonly cultivated in South Tyrol, is instead scarcely grown in the Valle Isarco. The production area, located at the mouth of the valley, north of Bolzano, fully meets the needs of this variety, providing the typical Schiava elegance and fruity notes that have made this red wine the most renowned of Alto Adige- Südtiol.