The South Tyrolean Wine Route stretches from Nalles to Bolzano and the Oltradige, via the Bassa Atesina to Salorno. This area comprises about 90% of the South Tyrolean Wine production, including the typical varieties of wine such as the Merlot and Lagrein, as well as the Pinot Girgio and the Chardonnay. By the way, the South Tyrolean Wine Route is the most ancient of Italy.
The South Tyrolean Wine Route (or Wine Road) is characterised by its unique grapevine landscape fascinating in every season. In this section we inform you about the localities that belong to the South Tyrolean Wine Road.