The Hofstätter estate comprises several extensive vineyards with five historic manor houses located on either side of the Adige Valley. The Hofstätter estate is therefore unique in that it is supplied with grapes grown in the finest south-west and south-east facing vineyards planted on hillsides in the warm and sunny south of South Tyrol. The estate’s top wines are named after the wine farmsteads where they are grown: Kolbenhof, Barthenau, Oberer and Unterer Yngramhof, Steinraffler, Oberkerschbaumer-Cereseto Superiore and the leased Crozzol vineyard (‘Hof’ means farmstead). In total the vineyards comprise 50 hectares, located on hillsides and in steep sites at altitudes varying between 250 and 750 metres above sea level. Hofstätter wines are also made from grapes grown in small plots of land at Tramin, Neumarkt, Pfattern near Auer and Kaltern (Caldaro) where the climate is likewise ideal for winegrowing. The enviable variety of soils and microclimates means that Hofstätter can grow almost all international grape varieties, each in its ideal terroir, including the demanding Gewürztraminer and the extremely sensitive Pinot Noir wine, which in southern South Tyrol produces world-class results.
J. Hofstätter - Piazza Municipio 7 - 39040 Tramin - Termeno (BZ) Alto Adige - Italia
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