Kellerei Bozens fruchtbare Weinberge

The site is everything.

Mediterranean and autochthonous

The best sites of Cantina Bolzano are as varied as the land itself:
350 hectares of the best Bolzano vineyards at between 200 and 1000 meters above sea level around Gries, S. Maurizio, Settequerce, Missiano, S. Giorgio, Cologna, S. Maddalena, S. Giustina, Coste and Renon.
Where north and south meet, landscapes and cultures intermingle. This variety finds expression not only in the natural environment and the people who live there but also in the wines they make. The sheer diversity of the sites is the key to the cultivation of a wide range of grape varieties. The higher levels are used to produce white wines like Sauvignon and Gewürztraminer, with Santa Maddalena grown further down and Cabernet and Merlot at the lower elevations, while Lagrein is at home in the valley bottom.

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Weinreben bei St. Magdalena

S. Maddalena

250-500m a. s. l.

Illustration St. Magdalena
Weinreben bei St. Magdalena
Weinreben bei St. Magdalena

Gries, S. Maurizio

250m a. s. l.

Illustration Gries
Weinreben bei Gries
Weinreben bei Gries
Weinreben bei Gries
Weinreben bei Siebeneich

Settequerce

250-300m a. s. l.

Illustration Siebeneich
Weinreben bei Siebeneich
Weinreben bei Siebeneich

Cologna, S. Giorgio

350-600m a. s. l.

Illustration Glaning
Weinreben bei Glaning
Weinreben bei Glaning
Weinreben bei Glaning
Weinreben bei St. Justina

S. Giustina, Renon

550-950m a. s. l.

Illustration St. Justina
Weinreben bei St. Justina
Weinreben bei St. Justina

Coste

330m a. s. l.

Illustration Leitach
Weinreben bei Leitach
Weinreben bei Missian

Missiano

450m a. s. l.

Illustration Missian

Numbers & Facts

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0 Wine growers with passion 0% White wines 0% Red wines 0 ha Cultivation area