Back in the Middle Ages Schiava wine was a much appreciated drink in the courts and monasteries of the South German area. Today this elegantlow-tannin wine, with its moderate alcohol content, is still a popular choice and combines particularly well with the typical dishes of South Tyrol.
This varietal grows on the special vineyards on the valley floor of the southern Lowlands of Alto Adige. The good sunlit and airy location of the viticulture makes the best conditions available for offering high quality grapes.

Grape varietals

100% Schiava (a blend of various varieties of Schiava)

Production Area

Alto Adige Region

Vinification and ageing

Harvested from early to middle October. The grapes were de-stemmed and fermented in steel tanks, followed by malolactic fermentation.


A light, mild red wine with low tannins. Light ruby to ruby red colour, fresh, pleasant and fruity bouquet, characteristic of the varietal. Lively, dry, mild, harmonious flavor with light tones of bitter almonds.

Food pairing

We recommend pairing this wine with appetizers and regional Tyrolean specialties, bacon and ham, in addition to white meats and mild cheeses.

Serving temperature

Serves at 14°-16° C

Alcohol level

12,5 % vol.

Bottle size

750 ml