Growing Conditions

Our Cabernet grapes grow in the South Tyrolean Lowlands, at an altitude of 220 – 380 metres. The vines are cultivated in gravelly clay soils, on southwestfacing vineyards.


The Cabernet grapes are harvested by hand in early October and produce 65 hectolitres of wine per hectare.


Once they have been delivered in small 220 kg boxes, the grapes are gently crushed, destemmed and fermented at a controlled temperature of 27°C in the fermentation tank. The wine is aged and refined in large wooden barrels.

Food Pairing

This Cabernet goes perfectly with red meat, venison, game birds and strong cheese, among other things.