Growing Conditions

The vines for this Chardonnay are cultivated on traditional pergola and trellis systems (Guyot) in the Lowlands and Upper Etsch Valley area. At an altitude of
400 – 450 metres, the vines thrive in lime gravel soils on the sunny southeast vineyards.


The Chardonnay grape harvest begins mid to late September. From the handpicked grapes, a yield of 65 hectolitres of wine per hectare is produced.


Once the grapes have been brought to the winery, they are gently pressed and fermented at a controlled temperature of 20°C. The wine is then aged in a stainless steel tank on the lees until bottling.

Food Pairing

This white wine is ideal as an aperitif and goes beautifully with many starters, fish dishes and white meats.