The grapes are grown at an altitude of 400 meters providing the grapes with a brilliant natural acidity and the huge swings between day and night temperatures are ideal for them to ripen with a deep concentration of flavour. This is a superb value for money Pinot Grigio and represents the terroir of..
The grapes for this wine are grown at an altitude of 350 meters and get very generous exposure. There are big swings between day and night temperatures which is ideal for ripening grapes with great concentration. ..
The Cantina Tramin Moriz is named after the patron of a small village above Tramin. The grapes grow at an altitude of 550 meters and the extreme shifts in temperatures between day and night are perfect for the grapes to thrive in. ..
Stoan is a very unique blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Blanc and Gewurztraminer and demonstrates the wonderful creativity of the Cantina Tramin winemaker. The grapes are grown at an altitude of mostly 600 meters in mineral rich soils, helping to produce one of Italy's finest and most exp..
This international grape variety suits the climate and terroir of northern Italy. The altitude of Cantina Tramins vineyards coupled with the large difference in day and night temperatures, bring out the freshness and intense aromatic nature of Sauvignon Blanc. ..
The Gewurztraminer grape has a deep rooted history in Tramin, northern Italy. The combination of climate, altitude and terroir suit the grape perfectly and allow it to express its wonderful typicity. The generous exposure and cool breezes bring the grapes to ripeness each year with amazing concentra..
This is a wine of extremely high standards with complexity far beyond what you might expect from a standard Pinot Grigio. The first vintage was produced in 1989 and has received critical acclaim ever since. It has ageing potential for the next 6 to 10 years with careful cellaring...
Nussbaumer is the jewel in the crown of Cantina Tramin and its is right up there with the best Alsatian Gewurztraminers. Nussbaumer is the most awarded Gewurztraminer in Italy. The wine, while drinking well now, has ageing potential for the next 20+ years with careful cellaring. ..
A hard to find release from Cantina Tramin. The grapes come from vineyards planted between 250 and 550 meters in calcareous clay and gravel soils from the areas of Tramin and Egna, resulting in a white, flinty wine boasting a gentle sweetness. Pairs wonderfully with pastries, traditional strudel, an..
This late harvest Gewurztraminer is a a dessert wine with incredible depth of flavour and striking balance. The grapes used are dried until December and fermented in small French oak barrels for a period of 12 months. After bottling the wine is matured for a further 2 months before release. This win..