A light, fruity wine from Trollinger grapes, the oldest indigenous red wine in South Tyrol. This wine is known for its bright to strong ruby red colour and cherry, currant, and almond aroma as well as delicate hint of violets. Dry, soft, and, at the same time, with a robust structure.
Ideal with pasta, smoked dishes, and light main courses.
Tip for enjoyment: Always enjoy chilled, 12-14° C is ideal!
One of the most important indigenous wines of South Tyrol. For many years, it has represented South Tyrol in its colour and depth, with a ruby-red to dark garnet colour, and aroma of violets and blackberries. Full and velvety taste and beloved in our hotel on the Alto Adige Wine Road in South Tyrol.
Ideal with meat dishes, savoury appetisers, and full-flavored cheeses.
Gewürztraminer is one of the most sought-after wines in South Tyrol. It is a straw-coloured to golden, aromatic, full-bodied white wine with a pleasant dry, slightly full-flavoured aroma. Besides a spicy bouquet, hints of carnations, roses, and lychees are also noticeable.
Ideal with risotto, seafood, shellfish, and crustaceans as well as savoury cheeses.
Close to our hotel in Caldaro/Kaltern, the Bronner grape is cultivated and used for the “Julian” organic wine of the Lieselehof farm. Intensively golden in colour, its fragrance is redolent of fruit blossoms, peaches, lychees, and grapefruit. A full-bodied wine with good strength and very complex structure.
Ideal with aperitifs, fish, and Asian cuisine.