We cultivate our wine in six different areas, each presenting us with a set of challenges that couldn’t be more varied and each cleverly matched to the different characters and flamboyant natures of our wines.
Our homeland. This is where we come from, and Montagna is Pinot noir country. This complex and challenging grape demands a great deal of devotion from us. But it gives an unbelievable amount in return.
The vineyards sit atop a peak of sand and scree deposited by the Trodena river over centuries. It is simply perfect for Lagrein, Chardonnay and Gewürztraminer.
Warmed by the sun, our Cortaccia vines are situated on the western side of the Bassa Atesina valley. This is a top site for particularly heat-loving wines
Our highest-lying vineyard in the municipality of Fiè allo Sciliar rises as high as 900 metres above sea level. Sauvignon and Müller-Thurgau are the varieties that positively thrive here, with big temperature differences allowing them to develop their characteristic aroma and liveliness.
Sauvignon Blanc Riserva Mathias
Nestled in the valley. Hot in summer. Grapes that love hot, dry soils feel at home here where they can flourish and develop their unique style.
Our Gewürztraminer vines are cultivated on a lightly sloping terrace facing to south.The grapes here ripen perfectly. On the one hand the site is sundrenched from sunrise to sunset, while on the other, the grapes are kept dry and healthy by a north wind in the morning, and a wind from the south in the afternoon. Furthermore, the morainal soils deposited in the last Ice Age ensure the vegetation period proceeds harmoniously.