Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio, also called Grauburgunder or Pinot Gris, is currently the most commonly cultivated white wine variety in Alto Adige. The sites subject to Mediterranean influences around Magrè and Salorno have predominantly chalky soils with a high sand and gravel content and are perfect for cultivating this grape variety from the noble Pinot family.

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11.5 % Vol


Brillant, clear, straw yellow with a red shimmer


Delicate aromas, pronounced bouquet, fruity (peach, melone) exotic spices, mineral


Medium bodied, quite rich, fruity, spicy, fresh, dry


Starters (both fish or meat), pâtes and terrines, fish and shellfish, poultry, white meats and mushrooms


Selected vineyard sites in the southern part of the Alto Adige appellation (Magr and Salorno). 230 to 420 metres a.s.l. (750 - 1,380 feet)


Rocky, sandy and with an important content of limestone


Fermentation: temperature control, in stainless steel tanks. Fermentation of a small part in contact with stems and skins. Maturation: on the lees in stainless steel tanks (approximately 4 months)

Best to be drunk

1-2 years

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Sustainable construction, healthy building materials and renewable energies: the new winery made us pioneers in Alto Adige.

Lageder family

The Lageder family has worked in wine production for already six generations. Today, the winery is run by Alois and Alois Clemens Lageder.


We employ modern equipment in combination with nature- friendly wine-making techniques and let innovation interact with nature.