Sauvignon Blanc

This aromatic variety was first planted in Alto Adige at the end of the 19th century, and in the following decades it was grown almost exclusively on sandy soils of volcanic origin in Terlano near Bolzano. However, it also produces good quality grapes on limestone soils. The interplay of silica and limestone in the terroir determines the style of the wine.

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13 % Vol


Brilliant, cleat, brigth straw-yellow with a green shimmer


Semi-aromatic, fresh, mineral, fruity, floral


Medium-bodied, harmonic, mineral, fruity, juicy, lively-fresh, dry


With starters, asparagus, fried or grilled seafood, white meats and poultry


Selected vineyard sites in the villages of Terlano, Magrè, Cortaccia and Termeno. 250 to 520 metres a.s.l.


Volcanic soil (porphyr) and soils with important content of limestone in Magrè, Cortaccia and Termeno


On the lees in stainless steel tanks (approximately 4 months).
Fermentation: termperature control, in stainless steel tanks

Best to be drunk

Best to be drunk: 1-2 years

Farm organism

The goals of biodynamic agriculture is to create a closed farm organism, in which the coexistence between humans, animals and plants plays a decisive role.


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

Innovation and development

We work continuously to improve our craftsmanship on the basis of even more holistic methods and still closer alliances.