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Events and exhibitions

As every year, we will participate at a few wine-events and exhibitions, as the Prowein in Düsseldorf, Bolzano Wine Tasting and Vinitaly in Verona. We are looking forward to meeting you there and we are curious about your opinion to our wines!



3/17/2019 – 3/19/2019, Düsseldorf


35 producers from Alto Adige/Südtirol present their wines at a joint stand in hall 15 of the leading International Trade Fair for Wines and Spirits.

Bolzano Wine Tasting

3/28/2019 – 3/31/2019 Mareccio Castle, Bolzano
The traditional Bolzano Wine Tasting takes place from the 28th to the 31st of March 2019 in the halls of Mareccio Castle, one of the most exclusive location in the old town of Bolzano.

The event, organised in cooperation with the Bolzano Tourism Board, Bolzano’s council and Slow Food, gathers almost 40 wineries among the best in South Tyrol. 200 and more labels of red wine, white wine, rosé and sparkling wine are waiting to be tasted by wine lovers or simply curious from many regions.

4/7/2019 – 4/10/2019, Verona



Each year Vinitaly is the meeting point for professionals from all over the world. At the 53th edition of the trade fair Alto Adige will be represented with more than 80 exhibitors who present themselves on a group stand in pavilion 6.


Come visit us!

Winesurf-Tasting: TOP Santa Maddalena

We are happy to anounce that two of our Santa Maddalena wines have managed to be ranked as the TOP 9 Schiava of South Tyrol in the latest Winesurf tasting:
– Our Franz Gojer Glögglhof Santa Maddalena  Classico Vigna Rondell DOC 2017 has reached 93 Points at the Winesurf 2018 tasting and was ranked as the best of the TOP 9 Schiava of South Tyrol!
 Winesurf2018 St. M Rondell
– Our Franz Gojer Glögglhof Santa Maddalena Classico DOC 2017 has reached 86 Points at the Winesurf 2018 tasting!
Winesurf2018 St.M Classico
What Winesurf says about the South Tyrolean Schiava:
“In 2017 the level of the Schiava was as high as we had not remembered for a long time.
If you want something more from the Schiava you have to get to the area of Santa Maddalena. Here, in 2017, this wine has developed an aromatic depth and a harmonious gustatory texture that has often amazed even those who, like us, have known the territory for years.
We believe that this further qualitative step is above all mental and it is to say that many producers have begun to believe in the Schiava and its enormous possibilities. This renewed determination is leading to expressions that are not only youthful, but also graciously deeper and more sensual.
The time has now come to rethink even lower outputs to achieve results that can now only be imagined but that are certainly within the reach of the denomination.
For now, however, enjoy these wines and do not think at all that a Lake Caldaro or a Santa Maddalena drunk more than a year after harvesting are a risk. On the contrary, they are a certainty to have wines ready and without the risks of closure due to recent bottling.

Another fear could be that of pairing: here, too, rest assured, you can pair a good Schiava with practically anything, including aged cheeses.”

~Carlo Macchi~


You can find the whole ranking here (IT).