alto adige

  1. Florian Gojer Explores the Compelling Contrasts of Santa Maddalena

    Florian Gojer Explores the Compelling Contrasts of Santa Maddalena

    The Gojers are among the oldest and most respected vintners in Alto Adige—in 1987, Florian Gojer was the first producer in the Santa Maddalena region to bottle a wine from a specific vineyard, Vigna Rondell,

  2. Johannes Tiefenbrunner and the High-Altitude Wines of Alto Adige

    Johannes Tiefenbrunner and the High-Altitude Wines of Alto Adige

    "We try to keep the quality we get from the vineyards because, in the cellar, you can't make things better. You can only keep the quality and make the best of it." -Johannes Tiefenbrunner
  3. The Diversity of Alto Adige - Interview With Alois Clemens Lageder

    The Diversity of Alto Adige - Interview With Alois Clemens Lageder

    Lisa Denning talks with the next generation at Alois Lageder winery about the diversity of the Alto Adige wine region and how art and biodynamic farming are used at their winery.
  4. Antidotes for Our Time, Lambrusco, Unoaked Chardonnay, and Others

    Antidotes for Our Time, Lambrusco, Unoaked Chardonnay, and Others

    "So while we think deeply about what the heck is going on and how we can make things better, here is a vinous soundtrack to sample while we try to help, improve and reorient the things we can affect." Dorothy Gaiter
  5. The Alto Adige Alliance: Good Cooperatives are Good Values

    The Alto Adige Alliance: Good Cooperatives are Good Values

    The cliché "no committee ever wrote a novel” stands as a reminder that too many cooks result in a broth of the lowest common denominator. And that’s often the view taken of wine cooperatives... but there are exceptions. In fact, one small corner of Italy is chock full of them: Alto Adige.
  6. Pinot Grigio Doesn’t Have to Suck

    Pinot Grigio Doesn’t Have to Suck

    Amy Zavatto on renewing your faith in Italy's workhorse white.
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