86 Wines from 45 Wineries
As an indigenous, heavy red wine variety, the extract-rich, full-bodied Lagrein is among the leading varieties in our region. Essentially it only grows in the sandy soils in the warmest valley locations in South Tyrol. Consistent regulation of the yield of the old vines results in wines of an unmistakable, velvety fullness and elegance. A great, authentic South Tyrolean pleasure.
The name “Segen”, or Blessing, tells you everything you need to know. Along the Tappeinerweg trail, above the roofs of the spa town of Merano, the Segenbühel, with its majestic steep slopes, rises up - simultaneously the warmest and driest spot in Merano. This spot is a real blessing for wine lovers, since the soils, which are cultivated by hand, possess a unique ability to store heat. The soils are able to radiate the heat absorbed during the day throughout the night and thus produce the ideal ripening conditions. The slow growth of the vines plays its part in delivering impressive quality. Striking, complex and fruity, this indigenous grape vine comes into its own in an elegant and powerful Riserva that is typical of the variety.
THE NIGHT OWL Lagröll is a ruby-red loner, one that likes to do its own thing. Its home is on a hill, exposed to the elements and remote from the hustle and bustle of St. Pauls. From here it looks westwards, down onto its relatives in the city, energetically storing the afternoon and evening sun – continuing to work when all others are long since at rest. This is a Lagrein that the debris and gravel lets grow deep and unconstrained, both by day and by night.
The autochthon variety of Lagrein thrives on the warm and sunny south-exposed vineyards of the Eberlehof winery. This makes the wine particularly full-bodied, provided with elegant tannins. Only mature and healthy grapes are carefully harvested and vinificated. After a storage period of two years, the quality wine validly carries the label “Riserva”.
This varietal, unique to Alto Adige, finds excellent growing conditions on the calcareous soils in the vicinity of the winery. The extraordinary location and tender care of the vineyard offer the best conditions for the production of varietal and extraordinary quality.
This wine, full of character, comes from selected individual vineyards stocked with vines grafted to slow growing rootstock and trained on wire trellises (Guyot). The extraordinary quality of our Riserva stems from grapes grown under the best conditions on the loamy soils in the community of Ora with tender care of the vineyards.
Lagrein is a distinctive indigenous wine. It can be enjoyed as a full-bodied red but also, in the warmer months of the year, as a fruity rosé. Thanks to its fresh and uncomplicated character, the rosé is becoming increasingly popular among wine connoisseurs.
The grapes for this “Collection” line wine are grown on the best sites for the variety. The vines grow at the heart of the Lagrein DOC area and produce a dense, garnet red, well-structured wine.
Since 1989 the Burgum Novum label represents the premium wines of Castelfeder. These wines are the maximum expression of intense work and care from the vineyard to the cellar, grown in the most prestigious vineyards in South Tyrol. After a careful aging process in small oak barrels for 18 months, all Riserva wines age for another 12 months in the bottle before being released. The Lagrein Riserva grows only in the most selected vineyards and the grape variety is one of the flagships of South Tyrol. This powerful wine combines tradition with elegance.
Lagrein is one of the indigenous grape varieties of South Tyrol. The vine prefers warm, sunny places as on the valley floor. It grows best on alluvial gravel soils. The best areas for Lagrein can be found near Bolzano and Egna, where the grapes for our Lagrein Rieder come from. Name: One of our vineyards planted with Lagrein in Bolzano is called “Rieder”. Label: It shows a part of the remarkable boarder wall of our vineyard in Egna.
This wine is typical for South Tyrol and the expression of a special production of a great autochthonous grape variety. The grapes are carefully destemmed and slowly pressed. The short contact with the berry skins brings the colour into the must and we get a bright rose wine. Name: The name Rosato refers to the rose-coloured wine. Label: It shows a rose and refers to the floral notes as well as the rose colour of the Lagrein Rosato.
This wine is pressed from Lagrein, a small-berry variety of grape which gives the wine a deep, dark color with violet highlights. It displays a wide spectrum of aromas extending from dark berries to hints of coffee and tobacco. This red wine has a long after-taste with noticeable tannins, and is an excellent choice to accompany tangy cheeses and dark meats.
He is showing an intensive red garnet colour, with a pleasant smell of violets and blackberries, and with a lightly note of fume. The taste is full and velvetly, the acidity shows a georgeous terroir, with an acerb tone. The finish is smooth and quite long. It goes well with venison, red meat and mature cheese.
The colour is impressively deep, almost black, tinged with violet; open on the nose with concentrated aromas of violets, blackberries and black cherries, all well-integrated with savoury flavours, coffee and dark chocolate. A powerful and supple wine with assertive, youthful tannins and superb length.
The alluvial soils in the Bolzano suburb of Gries are ideal for the indigenous red Lagrein wine, which is mentioned in a historical document dated 1379. Our Lagrein Gries is impressive for its fruity berry aromas as well as for its noble spicy notes and juicy balanced body.
Due to the lower alcohol content and the higher acidity, this vintage tastes much fresher and fruity, as one is not actually used to from a Lagrein. The combination with the fine tannins and the dark ruby red color results in a versatile taste experience that 100% reflects the vintage.
Made from the autochthonous grape variety Lagrein, it is a full-bodied, structured wine, with a dark garnet color and a delicate aroma reminiscent of blackberry and violets. Despite its strength, it is velvety and soft on the palate. Matches with game, roasts, dark meats and spicy cheeses.
Lagrein is the oldest autochthonous grape variety in Alto Adige and is genetically related to Syrah. This heat-loving variety profits from the hot climate in the vineyards of southernmost Alto Adige. Through diligent care in the vineyard (reduced yield) and in the cellar (controlled fermentation and ageing in large oak barrels) a powerful, dark red wine from these selected lots of Lagrein is created. On the palate, fine-grained, juicy tannins give the wine a sharp outline while preserving its elegance. Meaty Lagrein fruit is accompanied by hearty notes of spice, which contributes to the fiery finale. Its youthful freshness is completed by a long, juicy finish.
Lagrein, one of the most typical red wine varieties of Alto Adige and the Bolzano Winery, thrives on the valley floor around Bolzano with its pronounced diurnal temperature variations. The grape variety produces intensely colored and complex wines with the typical acidity of Lagrein.
Lagrein is one of Alto Adige’s native varieties. Very dark garnet in colour with violet reflexes, and an aroma of violets, black woodland berry fruits (bilberry and blackberry) with hints of dark chocolate; mouth-filling and spicy on the palate with ripe, velvety tannins and a long long finish. Lagrein unique character has gained it a favourable place among Italy’s top wines and among the attentive consumer around the world.
The Lagrein is of a deep and intense red color that in some vintages reaches violet notes. Its bouquet is very intense and wide, ranging from ripe red fruits to violets, spicy notes of fresh grass and cocoa.
The " Granat " grows in two different vineyards, one of which brings strength and structure, while the other one brings delicacy and complexity. Together they blend into a harmonious wine.
The Lagrein is an autochthonous variety from South Tyrol and for certain one of the flagships of the local wine-scene. The warm climate of the Bolzano basin, the deep sedimentary soils, much work and passion in the vineyards, vouch for the success in the production of a full bodied, complex, red wine.
On the stony slopes of Wolfsthurn Castle at Andrian in the warm Etsch valley we grow our Lagrein grapes. The poor soil of chalk and porphyry leads to a mineral and fruity rosé wine. Lagrein is one of the autochthones southtyrolean wine grapes. Very short maceration and some months in steel tins conserve the freshness and youth of this wine. A very young and fresh rosé wine, good for aperitif or to pair with cold summer dishes.
Der dunkle Bozner Die Trauben für unseren Jahrgangs-Lagrein stehen in der Lage Grutzen südlich von Bozen. Dieser fruchtige Rotwein mit Himbeeren- und Brombeerenaromen, auch Veilchenduft, hat eine kräftige Struktur, weiche Gerbstoffe und viel Frische. Der Lagrein reift für einige Monate im großen Holzfass und ist ein idealer Begleiter für viele Speisen. Ausbau im großen Eichenfass und Stahltank Alkoholgehalt 12,5 – 13,5% Gesamtsäuregehalt ca. 5 g/l Abgefüllte Flaschen ca. 4000 Lagerungspotential 3-5 Jahre
As a result of strict grape selection and low yields, South Tyrol’s native Lagrein grape variety has evolved into the Province’s top red. In the vineyard, warm sandy soils are preferred, whilst in the cellar ageing in wood is essential for the RIserva. Only grapes grown in the Bolzano Valley Basin are used to make Lagrein Riserva. The result is a complex red, seductive for its strong structure and varied flavours.
It our signature wine, the Lagrein Riserva. This wine grows mainly on gravel soils on our vineyards in Terlan at the entrance to the former mine, as well as in Andrian and Auer. Fermentation takes place with a lot of maceration, as does the subsequent aging in wood, where it remains for a total of 30 months. Slightly toasty aroma of ripe, partly dried black berries with bitter chocolate aromas and coffee. Firm in the mouth, ripe black fruit, smoky wood, very light malty notes. Present, somewhat sandy tannin, powerful, earthy in the background and compact finish, which with sufficient air by decanting clearly gains juice.
The Lagrein is one of the oldest varieties from South Tyrol. In the past, this wine was produced mainly as a Rosé. Since the 1980’s onward, the “dark” version prevailed.
Einheimisch kraftvoll Lagrein ist eine in der Gegend von Bozen seit 400 Jahren beheimatete lokale Rebsorte, die sehr warme und sonnige Lagen bevorzugt. Für unseren Lagrein Riserva nehmen wir die besten vollreifen Trauben von den alten Rebstöcken. Der Wein reift in kleinen und größeren Eichenfässern über 12 bis 18 Monate. Abgefüllt wird ein kräftiger, dunkler Rotwein mit intensive Beerenaromen, viel Fülle, kräftigen und weichen Gerbstoff und langem Alterungspotential. Ausbau nach der Gärung im Stahltank. Anschließend Ausbau in kleinen und großen Eichenfässern über 12 bis 18 Monate. Alkoholgehalt 13,5 – 14% Gesamtsäuregehalt 5 – 5,5 g/l Abgefüllte Flaschen 3000 – 4000 Lagerungspotential 5-10 Jahre
Lagrein, genetically related to Syrah, is the oldest autochthonous grape variety in Alto Adige. In the hot, low-lying vineyards in the south of Alto Adige, heat-loving Lagrein finds its appropriate habitat. FRAUENHÜGEL has an abundance of seductive fruit such as forest berries and elderberries, black cherries and cocoa beans. The wine is enriched by balsamic tannins through ageing in barrique barrels. Noble roast aromas and vivid acidity are harmoniously interconnected with the powerfully fruity body. The loamy soil is responsible for its typical terroir characteristics which give the fruity finish savory spiciness (licorice) and an individual earthy note.
This strong purple-red wine has a light note of violets. Its taste is rich in fine tannins; it is harmonious on the palate, with a full body and a velvety finish. The Lagrein draws its character and noble spicy notes in particular from its aging in small oak barrels.
The indigenous Lagrein grape variety find the best conditions for the production of quality wines in the vineyards around Bolzano. The Sanct Valentin Lagrein, first produced in 2000, is aged for twelve months in small oak barrels, and for a further six months in bigger barrels for improved balance. With a robust character it develops immense power on the palate, with nicely integrated acidity. A vigorous wine with excellent ageing potential.
This wine, purple in colour, is rich in tannins, intensive in colour, harmonious and tangy. It has a light note of violets as well as to aromas of forest berries, fresh cherries and plums.
Traditionally called Lagrein “Kretzer”, after a wickerwork sieve once used to separate the skins from the juice, this wine is one of the world’s finest rosés: full-bodied, unashamedly fruity, refreshing and with vibrant acidity.
Actually, the Rosé is the traditional form of the Lagrein. The grapes were pressed and then drawn off a basket called “Kretz”. In the 1980’s, the Rosé suffered a decline, but nowadays it is reliving a great Renaissance.
An indigenous grape varietal from South Tyrol, Lagrein makes for wines with character and body. Of dark ruby red colour, its aromas remind us of cherries, vanilla and wood. It is supple and rich on the palate. This elegant wine is an excellent fit with grilled and braised dishes. We also like to drink it on its own.
The combination of velvety tannins with fruitiness characterizes the vintage Lagrein from two of our vineyards. A pleasant archetype that flatters with a wonderful dark red colour and pleasant berry aromas. To spicy poultry, roasted meat up to smoked and mature cheese. "Cabernet's flattering brother" "Archaic but friendly" "Drink and density combined" "A fireplace wine of the highest quality" We vinify the harvested grapes in wooden barrels for up to 10 months. The focus is on maximum juiciness and drinkability.
In the glass, the Lakrez sparkles in a dark salmon glow, a shade of red that is somewhat darker than that of a common rosé wine. Its bouquet reveals fragrances of ripe red berries and hints of licorice. On the palate, this wine is mildly spicy and exposes a well-integrated and balanced acidity, ending in a long, fruity finish
Lagrein is an indigenous grape variety of Südtirol/Alto Adige and has a long tradition. This Lagrein Riserva belongs to the top selection LINTICLARUS. The grapes, from established small locations predominantly from Entiklar/Niclara, are carefully vinified and the wine matures in small oaken barrels. The complexity of these wines guarantees both excellent drinking and considerable longevity.
From an indigenous grape variety to Alto Adige, this wine has a dark garnet colour with violet nuances, a bouquet of woodland fruits (blackberry and bilberry), flowers (violets), cinnamon, vanilla and morello cherries; mouth-filling on the palate, it has velvety tannins and a long last finish.
This cuvée of Lagrein and Merlot combines fruit and structure, tannins and elegance. The name of the wine is the Latin form of San Maurizio, a village near Gries whose warm soils are the key to this wine.
The Lagrein Perl is a multifaceted wine, intensive on the nose and harmonious on the palate. With its full color and fruity aromas, its complexity and soft tannins, the Lagrein Perl is an ideal companion to substantial meat dishes.
“Three selected sites with vines that are almost a hundred years old and so deliver highly concentrated chewy tannins form the basis of our Lagrein Selection. The wine is fermented and aged in barriques. That gives our Lagrein Porphyry, which owes its name to the bedrock on which the region’s vineyards stand, a complex and intensive nose, although the wine remains compact and distinctive on the palate.” Rudi Kofler
Lagrein, one of the most typical red wine varieties of Alto Adige and the Bolzano Winery, thrives on the valley floor around Bolzano with its pronounced diurnal temperature variations. Only selected grapes from yield-controlled vines on the best sites are used to produce the Prestige Grieser Lagrein Riserva. The wine is an impenetrable garnet in color, offers superb aromas on the nose and has a persistent harmonious aftertaste.
Intense ruby red colour; complex and fruity aroma with hints of cherries and blackberries. Tannins well present and harmonised by ageing in barriques. Full and persistent finish.
The first documented mention of Lagrein dates back to the 17th Century. It is thus one of the oldest varieties of grape native to Alto Adige. Its full, mature grapes lend this wine a characteristic deep-red color.
THE GENUINE ONE Its deep red draws the gaze into bygone times: the Lagrein grape took root in the warm location of the village centuries ago and has lived there on the fertile alluvial soil ever since. The characteristic Lagrein was deemed a “vino bono” as early as the Middle Ages, a label that is still thoroughly deserved: Zobl still holds the lively village centre and its spirits – unmistakable and primal in nature – all together in its embrace.
Its deep garnet red color prepares us for the scents of various wild berries; blueberries, blackberries and blackcurrants. It is full-bodied on the palate and with its velvety tannins gives the connoisseur a strong and persistent finish.
Lagrein, one of the most typical red wine varieties of Alto Adige and the Bolzano Winery, thrives on the valley floor around Bolzano with its pronounced diurnal temperature variations. The very old vines produce a wine of above-average quality, with concentrated but velvety tannins, juicy fruit and a powerful body.
High above the historic vineyards of Andriano looms the Wolfsthurn Castle (Tor di Lupo): Imposing and sublime like the Lagrein named after it. Its richness and strong color lend this Alto Adige variety of grape an especially authentic expression.
Lagrein is an indigenous grape variety of Südtirol/Alto Adige known for the dark garnet-red color with violet reflexes. This wine belongs to our selection TURMHOF where we pay particular attention to the sensory complexity of the respective grape varieties and compose the wine by carefully selecting the vineyards used.
The Vigna "Grafenleiten" comes from the old vineyard of the same name and is aged as a Riserva for up to 18 months in small wooden barrels and barriques. Notes of plums, spices and coffee roasting are typical in it.