Growing Conditions

The vineyards for our Pinot Grigio are in the Upper Etsch Valley at an altitude of 320 – 420 metres. The vines grow on gravelly clay soils and are trained on trellises (Guyot system).


Harvesting of the Pinot Grigio grapes begins in mid to late September. From the handpicked grapes, we achieve a yield of 70 hectolitres of wine per hectare.


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

Food Pairing

This Pinot Grigio goes exceptionally well with fish, light starters and white meats.