The South Tyrolean Wine Route is the one of the most ancient Wine Routes of Italy. With its 4.250 hectare vineyard it represents almost 85% of the South Tyrolean Wine production. The South Tyrolean Wine Route stretches from Malles to Bolzano and the Oltradige, via the Bassa Atesina to the language boarder Salorno. On both sides you can admire vineyards hills and here and there cypresses remind you of the Mediterranean climate of the area.
A discovery journey and a tasty tour in South Tyrol are worth it. In the area around Bolzano mature the robust but velvety St.Magdalener and the very distinctive Lagrein, in Oltreadige and in the Val d'Adige you can degust excellent white wines, while you can rediscover the Lake Caldaro and the Bassa Atesina, with its home town Termeno, degusting the finely spicy-aromatic Gewürztraminer.
The typical vineyard villages in the Val d'Adige and in the Bassa Atesina with its historical buildings, castles, wineries and market squares invite you to linger and get in contact with its sociable population: a gentle touch of Southern vitality in a pleasant atmosphere.