A brief history
Laimburg Estate Wines are traditional, characteristic varietal wines vinified partially in high-grade stainless steel tanks and partially in oak, while the Manor Selection wines are more highly individualised, either aged in small oak barrels or otherwise specially selected by the winery.
Each Manor Selection wine bears a name deriving from the Dolomite legends suiting its distinct character.
These names are adapted from the fantasy world of South Tyrol’s Alpine sagas, and are thus an expression of their special cultural legacy. The Province of South Tyrol’s red and gold eagle emblem is emblazoned on the Manor Selection back labels, testifying to the winery’s special obligation as a province institution.
The stylistic division of Laimburg’s wines is evidence of the Province Winery’s dedication to constant improvement in every aspect of the wine field.