Allegrini 2018

Weinwirtschaft: Alto Adige leader of wine cooperation, Tramin and Terlano at the top

The verdict of the German magazine that has already crowned Valpolicella Negrar n. 1 for Italy. “Higher Alto Adige level, especially on white wines”

Alto Adige is universally considered one of the most important territories of wine, especially for its white production. It is a qualitative summit reached also thanks to the work of the cooperatives of the territory, pioneer of a way of making wine cooperation marked by the highest quality. On the eve of the Alto Adige Wine Summit 2019, which, from September 5 to 8, in Bolzano and its surroundings, among visits to the vineyard and the cellar, will tell the excellence of wine from Alto Adige, comes the ranking of Weinwirtschaft, which, together with the Italian ranking (which sees at the top the Cantina Valpolicella Negrar, ed.), has drawn up the ranking of the best cooperatives in Alto Adige.
At the top, on an equal footing, two absolute excellences, namely the Cantina Tramin (which, with the Epokale 2013, conquers the palm of the best wine ever) and the Cantina di Terlano, one of the most prestigious realities of the territory, also thanks to its collection, almost unique, of old vintages.
“The cooperative world of Alto Adige, where Tramin and Terlano stand out, is of the highest level, definitely superior to that of the rest of Italy - especially as regards whites”, commented Hermann Pilz, editor-in-chief of Weinwirtschaft.
To complete the “Top 10” of the best cooperatives in Alto Adige, judged by the overall quality of their wine, there are names such as Colterenzio, San Paolo, Andriano, Cortaccia, Merano, Caldaro, GirlanandNalsMargreid.

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