Explore the Best Wineries to Visit in Trentino-Alto Adige

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A near century old wine tradition blended with modern technology

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Via San Martino 24, Cornaiano, Alto Adige, 39057, Italy

A winery located in the mountains of nothern Italy

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Sanct Justina 3, Bolzano, Bolzano, 39100, Italy

Highest sparkling winery in Europe making traditional Metodo Classico sparkling wine

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Prof.Josef Schwarzstr.18, Meltina, 39010, Italy

Azienda Agricola Cesconi, with implementation of principles of biodynamics

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Via Marconi 39, Pressano, Italy/Trento/ Trentino, 38015, Italy

Get Invited to a Snack Party, La Vineria de Tarczal, with the Owner, Ruggero

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Via G.B.Miori, 4, Isera, 38060, Italy

Producing High-End Wines from Sixteenth-Century Vineyard

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Via Rauten 10, Madruzzo, 38070, TN, Italy

Step back into wine making history

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Via Vallunga Ii, 24, Rovereto, 38068, Italy

Witness the charms of vineyards whose beauty is enhanced by rare flora and fauna.

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Loc. Pozzo Basso N. 1, Ala, 38061, Italy

A winery dedicated to rediscover and enhance the regional Gropello di Revo grape wine

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Via Dell'Emigrante Fraz. Revo', Novella, 38028, Italy

Discover ancient traditions in the unique Eisacktal Valley

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Loc. Coste 50, Chiusa, Bz, 39043, Italy

One of the largest winery associations with 224 winemaking families producing high-quality wines

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Moritzingerweg 36, Bozen, 39100, Italy

Small sustainable family winery making wines using exclusive homegrown grapes

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Via San Pietro 7, Bolzano, 39100, Italy

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Everything you need to know about wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige

The best time to explore wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige is spring when temperature is ideal, rainfalls are very low and the whole region is surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful mountain landscapes.

In summer, the whole region gets very packed because mountain destinations in Trentino-Alto Adige are among the most popular holiday destinations in Italy. Also, Bolzano is (surprisingly) one of the hottest cities in Italy during summer.

Here’s what to expect from wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige:

  • Family-run and historical wineries
  • Wineries with inherited traditions and values
  • Award-winning wineries
  • Wine-producers joined together in a consortium 
  • Wineries located at high altitude surrounded by incredible mountain landscapes

Wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige offer all kind of facilities to their guests to assure the best and smoothest visit to everybody. Most wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige have reduced mobility access, allow pet owners to bring their animals and have parking spaces specifically for busses. Only a few wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige organise activities for kids.

If you are looking for wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige that offer accommodation services or have a restaurant, be sure to stop at Azienda Agricola De Tarczal or at Messnerhof Winery. 

The most common grape varieties grown by wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige are:

  • Pinot Gris (white)
  • Gewürztraminer (white)
  • Chardonnay (white)
  • Schiava (red)
  • Lagrein (red)
  • Teroldego (red)

Trentino is famous for its sparkling wines made from Chardonnay, while Alto Adige is known for the cultivation of Lagrein, an autochthonous grape. Other than these two, the region also produces spectacular red and white wines. 

Here are some useful language tips that might help you during your visit in wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige:

  • Wine = Vino/ Wein
  • Winery = Cantina/ Weingut
  • Vineyard = Vigneto/ Weinberg
  • Vine = Vigna/ Weinrebe
  • Red Wine = Vino Rosso/ Rot Wein
  • White Wine = Vino Bianco/ Weiß Wein
  • Prosecco is always Prosecco!
  • Wine Route = Strada del Vino/ Weinstraße
  • Wine Tasting = Degustazioni di Vino/ Weinprobe
  • Cheers! = Cin Cin! or Salute!/ Prost or Prosit!

Trentino-Alto Adige is today a unified region, but is actually made up of two very different regions. Trentino is the southern part, where the city of Trento is and Alto Adige is the northern part, the one closer to Austria (also known as Süd-Tirol). Bolzano is in Alto Adige and here most people are bilingual and they speak Italian and Austrian German. So it’s very common for wineries in Trentino-Alto Adige to have a German name.

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