Our vineyards are located approximately 500 metres south from the village of Kurtinig, lying at an altitude of about 212 metres above sea level. The curved line on our label depicts the “Etsch”, the longest river of South Tyrol. Until the year 1817, the “Etsch” washed up alluvial soil which allows our wines to have great potential. The soil here is robust, full-bodied and clayey. The back label shows our view southward - the “Salurner Klause”, the “Fennberg” (on the left) and the Mountain behind Salurn, named “Geier” (on the right), which are prominent in our beautiful landscape.
The vinification of our grapes and the maturation of the wines are done locally on the winery in Kurtinig. Also, due to the mostly high sugar content, a relatively high alcohol content is achieved. The daily breeze coming from the lake Garda (called “Ora”), dries the grapes quickly after a rainfall. Thus, our grapes do not rot easily and we can harvest healthy grapes of good quality. We mostly produce dry wines.