The roots of South Tyrolese wine growing, the northernmost Italian wine region, date back thousands of years ago. The Nals Margreid wine cellar is an integral part of this culture and tradition, which has been carried on since 1932. The land of wine growers Nals Margreid extends from Nalles, between Bolzano and Merano, where the northernmost soils are located to Magrè in the southern part of Lower Atesina. Thanks to this vast distribution we have an incredible morphological variety and geographical positions. Nals Margreid
The cultivation areas of the Nals Margreid Cellar are found in 14 areas distributed by Nalles to Magrè. Although the microclimate and the soil may be different between the individual zones, they all have a common feature: they are all located at altitudes between 200 and 900 meters, protected from the alpine arch to the north and favored by the Mediterranean influences south. Nature allows these areas to enjoy 300 days of sunshine per year with strong heat shifts between night and day. Nals Margreid
Morphology, climate and cultivation are the foundation for the creation of fine wine. But only the vintage made at the right time and the best conditions during pressing make it possible to turn quality grapes into high class wine.