12 Wines from 10 Wineries
The Grüner Veltliner grapes with their unmistakable aroma, come from vineyards situated in the best production areas of the middle Valle Isarco. The severe selection of grapes and the careful vinification process give this wine its special character. Ageing in acacia wood casks gives this wine its typically robust and aromatic character.
In Alto Adige, the Grüner Veltliner variety of Austrian origin is grown almost exclusively in the Valle Isarco. Considering the practically total disappearance of the original Frühroter Veltliner stock, today mostly the Veltliner Verde is cultivated. This grape variety prefers deep, fertile and warm soils capable of transmitting to the wine those characteristics that make it a veritable rarity within the Alto Adige wine-making scenario.
The Veltliner-grape is originally from Austria. We cultivate our Veltliner in the locations of Kuenhof and Nafen. This wine is characterized by its freshness and its delicate aromas of pepper and green apple, which are the typical trades of this type of wine.
Grüner Veltliner is a rarity in South Tyrol, found only in the Eisack Valley. This grape is grown in the southernmost locations of our wine estate. The special soil conditions produce a particularly minerally, well-structured wine, rich in finesse. A sparklingly straw- yellow wine with olive tones that has a fruity scent with a peppery note, and is fresh and juicy in taste.
This wine has an herbaceous note, which is underlined by a floral taste. With its long-lasting aroma and spiciness, it goes well with fish, cheese, white meat and is best served as an aperitif. Main harvest: Mid-October Late Harvest: November
Muga Selection (Grüner Veltliner) is a Late Harvest and obtained from the best grapes and only when noble rot is formed by the weather. It has an herbaceous nose with dried fruit, in the mouth it is persistent and juicy.