It delights the palate with its subtle and elegant structure and a clean aftertaste with fine acidity gives this wine a beautifully harmonious finish.

Growing Conditions

The vines for this Pino Blanc are grown in the Upper Etsch Valley and Lowlands at an altitude of 250 – 500 metres. The typical gravelly clay soil provides the ideal growing conditions for this kind of grape.


Harvest of the Pinot Blanc grapes begins mid to late September. The grapes are picked by hand and the resulting yield is 70 hectolitres of wine per hectare.



After a short period of maceration, the freshly picked Pinot Blanc grapes are gently pressed, clarified and fermented in a stainless steel tank, at a constant temperature of 20°C.

Food Pairing

This Pinot Blanc is great as an aperitif or with light, cold and warm starters as well as vegetable dishes and poached fish.