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



Schiava (German: Vernatsch) was the most widespread South Tyrolean red wine for centuries. Today there are only a few sites that are suitable for this indigenous grape variety: The grapes used to make Pagis thrive on the south eastern slopes above the South Tyrolean Wine Road, between St. Michael and St. Pauls. It is fresh and fruity, a true pleasure to drink.

at sight


to the nose

Fruity aroma reminiscent of cherry, violets and red fruits

on the palate

Full-bodied, supple and elegant, with subtle notes of bitter almond



Area of cultivation

Sites: Pagis Vineyard in Eppan, between St. Michael and St. Pauls (400-450m)
Exposure: Southeast
Soil: Limestone gravel
Training System: Pergola

Vine Age

20 to 40 years


mid of September; harvest and selection of grapes by hand


Fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Malolactic fermentation in large oak barrels (70–100 hl), in which the wine is aged for a minimum of five to six months.


70 hl/ha


Alcohol Content: 13 %
Acidity: 4.6 gr/lt

Serving Temperature



4 to 5 years

Pairing Recommendations

Pagis pairs nicely with starters and South Tyrolean dishes such as Roggentaschen ravioli with smoked meat. It is also a consummate accompaniment to Speck ham, sausages, mild cheeses and bread. Well chilled, it also goes well with fish.