Delicately floral bouquet of violets and the fruity cherry and raspberry aromas.


On the palate, it is medium-bodied with silky tannins and a pleasant marzipan note and gives us the typical light bitter almond aroma on the finish.

Growing Conditions

On the southern slopes of the St. Magdalener area on lean dry porphyry weathered soils with light loam and high skeleton content and good humus content. Sea level 350 m, slope inclination of 30 – 80 %.
Pergola and trellis in transverse terracing; we practice sustainable cultivation and orientate ourselves as far as possible to the principles of organic farming.


The Schiava grapes are handpicked.


The wine was bottled about 10 months after harvest. Closure with natural cork.


The hand-picked Vernatsch grapes are de-stemmed and after a cool 8-day maceration (20 – 26 °C), they finish the sugar breakdown within approx. 10 days without the pomace. Further refinement and maturation also take place in steel tanks, whereby we deliberately use simple cellar techniques (aeration, sedimentation, heat and cold input, filtration) in order to maintain the unaltered character of the location and vintage.


Its bright ruby red color puts us in the right mood for the delicately floral bouquet of violets and the fruity cherry and raspberry aromas.

Food Pairing

Generally, it goes well with most starters and main courses, bacon, sausages, cheese, and traditional South Tyrolean home cooking.