Cellar at 1560 metres, grapes from the Adige Valley

Welcome to the highest winery in Europe

The Radoin 1560 winery is situated between the deep canyon of the Bletterbach, a Unesco World Heritage Site, and the enchanting Trudner Horn Nature Park in Radein in the south of South Tyrol. Of course, the conditions for growing grapes at 1560 metres above sea level would be too harsh, despite the many hours of sunshine - but the grapes from which the noble wine Radoin 1560 is made come from estates of the Perwanger family in the municipality of Montan. The village on the South Tyrolean Wine Road with the settlements of Pinzon and Glen lies in the broad and bright Adige Valley.

In the 15th century, the name Radoin stood for the mountain on which Sepp Perwanger's winery is run with high standards. He followed in the footsteps of his grandfather, Josef Perwanger, who pressed his grapes on the farm in two barrels for decades. The grandfather's vineyard still belongs to the family - despite the massive political and economic upheavals and despite the wars of the past century. Today, Gewürztraminer and Chardonnay are grown in the Kühmösl estate, as the one site is called. Sepp Perwanger has acquired two more vineyards in the nearby Glen. This is where the Pinot Noir Riserva, the signature wine, and the flagship of the young winery, grows.


Radegno di Sopra 59, 39040, Aldino
Phone +39 0471 887215

www.radoin.com/
Guided tour
Wine tasting
Overnight stay
Delivery service
Delivery service
"If you want it right on your farm, be your own master and servant!"
This age-old motto in the office of the Berghotel Zirmerhof has shaped the life of the family.Sepp Perwanger was able to gather around him an experienced winegrowing and cellar team of freelancers who produce wines in very small quantities with passion and precision.
Cultivated wines
Blauburgunder
Chardonnay
Gewürztraminer
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