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Our grape varieties are grown on the hillside at a height ranging from 650 to 800 m a.s.l..
Stone walls of gneiss rock sustain and embrace the vineyards, giving stability, warmth and a suitable environment. This works in harmony with the peculiarity of microclimate in our wines.
The vineyards have been laid out according to the principles of modern viniculture and planted to a density of 8000 vines per hectare so as to obtain high-grade wines at consistent levels of quality.
The steep slope of Juval hill allows only a minimum machine employment, so that the vines are pruned by hand.
The residual granite soil, which warms up quickly on the steep slope, overlies the gneiss rock.
The south east exposition of the slope produces a unique microclimate with high daytime temperatures, cool nights and continuously circulating air from the Vinschgau valley.
The natural environment and our careful activity is echoed in our wines, for example in Pinot blanc, Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Pinot noir and also in two Cuvée.