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Penon

450 - 700 M
The spectacularly located district of Penon, with altitudes ranging between 450 and 700 meters, is characterized by cooling nighttime katabatic winds. The slopes face the east. This causes substantial ...
Discover the Pinot Grigio PENÓNER
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Penon-Hofstatt

500 - 650 M
The hamlet of Hofstatt lies above the village of Kurtatsch. Cooling fall winds in the evening provide for great temperature swings between day and night and create an ideal, breezy microclimate. The ...
Discover the Pinot Bianco HOFSTATT
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Graun

800 - 900 M
This picturesque high plateau crowning the dolomite cliffs above Kurtatsch is among the highest winegrowing locations in Alto Adige. Its elevation and the southeast facing vineyards result in some of ...
Discover the Müller Thurgau GRAUN
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Brenntal

220 - 300 M
The Brenntal location north of the village of Kurtatsch belongs among the warmest locations (up to 40°C/104°F) in Alto Adige. The vines on these steep slopes with its intensive sunshine grow ...
Discover the Merlot Riserva BRENNTAL
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Penon-Kofl

450 - 600 M
Kofl, in the Alpine area of German-speakers, means "mountain knoll". The proximity of these steep slopes to the westerly mountain range guarantees an early sunset. The evening fall winds provide for ...
Discover the Sauvignon KOFL
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Mazon

350 - 450 M
The Mazon location is one of the best-known Pinot noir locations in Italy and occupies a plateau across the valley from Kurtatsch. Here, our demanding Pinot noir vines grow on sandy, loamy ...
Discover the Pinot Nero Riserva MAZON
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Glen

450 - 650 M
Not far from the Mazon vineyards is our second Pinot noir location, somewhat higher in altitude. While the soil characteristics of the two locations are similar, the location of Glen has somewhat ...
Discover the Pinot Nero Riserva GLEN
News

Premiere: our new image video

Premiere: our new image video

Unconditional esteem for our Terroir. Young & dynamic. Familiar and down to earth. These terms define us in real life and now on screen too. After a year and a half and no less than 11h 34 minutes of raw film material later, we are proud to present our image video.  You find the video here or below. 

Three cypresses - three values

It was clear right away that the video should show who we are and what makes us tick. The three values that define have to be tangible. In cooperation with Ammira Film from Merano, an image video was created which showing who we are:  young, dynamic but also familiar and down-to-earth, 27 staff members and 190 families producing characterful terroir wines of highest quality using sustainable practices. Vineyard by Vineyard. Wine by Wine.

Kurtatsch experience with all senses

The soundtracks for our videos have been created by the Alto Adige based artist artist Manuel Oberkalmsteiner. 

“The background sound of the harvest: the quiet conversations of the workers, the rustling of the leaves, the rhythmic clacking of the pruning shears and the recurring sound of emptying buckets – these noises were my starting point out of which I created first sound surfaces and beats. With increasing refinement – as it happens during vinification too – sound body, timbre and melodies emerged. The soundtrack gives a coherent and connected feeling, it floats and creates a good feeling of anticipation and enjoyable expectation. ”- Manuel Oberkalmsteiner.

For his recordings, Manuel visited us during the harvest in the vineyard, during the work in the cellar and in the winery. In the end, the various sounds resulted in soundtracks that reflect the different locations, our winery and us.

“If you listen carefully, you can recognize many familiar noises. The sound should - like the wine - arouse curiosity and encourage to discover familiar and new (sound)colors and facets."

@cantinakurtatsch

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