Colterenzio 'Classici'

Alto Adige

The hamlet of Schreckbichl (Colterenzio in Italian) is situated amid cool, vine-covered rolling hills to the south of Bolzano. It forms part of South Tyrol’s largest self-contained winegrowing area called Überetsch, or ‘beyond the Adige’. Formed in the 1960’s by a group of 28 winegrowers and estate owners the co-operative has grown considerably and now has members supplying grapes from over 320 hectares of vineyard located in some of South Tyrol’s finest sites. Colterenzio has firmly established itself not only in our list but as one of Italy’s finest sources of white wines. The 'Classici' range provides 60 per cent of the wineries production and offers introductory, varietal wines that prove excellent value for money.


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  1. Colterenzio, Pinot Nero Classici DOC

    An attractive aromatic nose is followed by ripe berry flavours and palate lifting acidity. Stylish and elegant. Learn More

  2. Colterenzio, Pinot Bianco Classici DOC

    Displays a fresh aroma and flavour reminiscent of green apples with a crisp palate and a touch of honeyed complexity. Learn More

  3. Gewürztraminer Classici DOC, Alto Adige, Colterenzio

    Spices and perfumed aromas on the nose. The palate offers cinnamon, lychee and rose. Learn More

  4. Sauvignon Blanc La Foa DOC, Colterenzio

    This exceptional wine wine is reminiscent of a fine white Bordeaux from Pessac-Léognan. Learn More

  5. Colterenzio, Pinot Grigio Classici DOC

    A lightly floral bouquet. Lime and herb notes underlay the melon and pineapple fruit, and the mouthfeel is supple, almost rich-unusual for this varietal. Learn More