South Tyrol is the largest contiguous apple cultivation area in Europe. A total of thirteen varieties of apples are allowed to carry the designation ‘IGP South Tyrolean Apple’: Braeburn, Elstar,
Schiava (Vernatsch) The Schiava grape produces a light, everyday wine, low in tannins, with moderate alcohol content. With only a few exceptions, it is produced in nearly every winegrowing zones.
Pinot Blanc With an elegant scent of apples and lively acidity, it is the perfect everyday wine. In order to get the finesse of the Pinot Blanc fruitiness right into
Alto Adige, which lies at the northernmost point of Italy on the Austrian border, combines the positive aspects of these two winegrowing cultures. Up in the Isarco Valley, snow-covered peaks