Classic Gewürztraminer notes are mirrored in the bouquet – intensively aromatic notes of rose petals, flowers and spices.


Our Gewürztraminer, with its typical dry Alto Adige charm and personality. The wine presents itself rich in finesse on the palate, with fresh fullness, harmonic elegance and a long finish.

Growing Conditions

From the home of Gewürztraminer with its loose soil, characterized by the high lime content, but also deep sand tracts and porphyritic rocks. Warm days with abundant sunshine, accompanied by cool mountain evening temperatures, produce characterful and elegant Gewürztraminer of classic typicity.

Spring 2020, with its beautiful weather and warm temperatures, with spring flowers in the garden and thick blankets of fresh snow on the mountains, has led to a relatively early development of the vines, which has levelled off with the cooler temperatures in June. After a warm mid-summer, the harvest began in the first days of September. Autumn was characterized by warm days and cool nights but also by some erratic weather, with the careful cultivation of the vineyards in early summer making itself felt. The 2020 vintage has produced wines of great Alto Adige typicity: The young white wines are characterized by fresh liveliness and clear aromatic expression, the red wines show very good structure and straightforward, fine fruit.




Before processing, a 6 hours maceration on the skins takes place. The grapes are carefully pressed and the must undergoes static clarification and is then fermented in steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 18°C.


The wine ages for several months on its lees in stainless steel containers.


It gleams in intense straw yellow with hints of gold reflections.

Food Pairing

As a full-flavoured aperitif or accompaniment to a range of savoury, spicy first courses, dishes based on shellfish and grilled fish or flavoured cheese.