The wines of this line are ambassadors of our terroir and reflect in a unique way the remarkable strengths of our individual sites. They are from selected vineyards where wine has been produced for centuries. Vinification occurs in steel tanks or wooden barrels, according to variety, so that they develop complexity and a refined bouquet. Strict quality guidelines, intense manual labour and demanding vineyard care and maintenance make them what they are: select wines that are finely structured and full of character.

Alto Adige DOC



As a result of strict grape selection and low yields, South Tyrol’s native Lagrein grape variety has evolved into the Province’s top red. In the vineyard, warm sandy soils are preferred, whilst in the cellar ageing in wood is essential for the RIserva. Only grapes grown in the Bolzano Valley Basin are used to make Lagrein Riserva. The result is a complex red, seductive for its strong structure and varied flavours.

at sight

Blackish red

to the nose

Intense aromas reminiscent of cherries, blackberries and prunes

on the palate

Soft, complex, powerful



Area of cultivation

Sites: Selected vineyards in Gries, Leitach and Girlan
Exposure: South/southeast to southwest
Soil: Moraine debris
Training System: 50% Pergola, 50% Guyot

Vine Age

8 to 20 years


End of September; harvest and grape selection by hand.


Fermentation in stainless-steel tanks, followed by about twelve months of development in barrique-tonneaux with malolactic fermentation. After assemblage, further maturation takes place in oak barrels.


55 hl/ha


Alcohol Content: 14 %
Acidity: 5.5 gr/lt

Serving Temperature



8 to 10 years

Pairing Recommendations

This Lagrein is recommended as an accompaniment to hearty dishes like braised beef cheek, grilled red meats, game and mature cheeses