Growing Conditions

The vineyard is situated in the South Tyrolean Lowlands close to the village of Montan. The grapes are grown over Guyot-system trellises at an altitude of 450 - 600 metres. The gravelly clay soil gives this wine its quintessential minerality.


The grapes for this Pinot Noir reach their ideal stage of ripeness in early to mid September when they are picked by hand to produce a yield of 65 hectolitres of wine per hectare.


After the traditional maceration of the Pinot Noir grapes in open fermentation tanks, the wine is aged in large wooden barrels and small barriques.

Food Pairing

This Pinot is a great accompaniment to grilled red meat and mature cheeses.