From a total of 395 acres of land, 138 winegrowers bring top quality grapes to the Nals Margreid Winery. Ecological awareness and a sense of quality influence their work and lead to the excellent harvests from which the remarkable wines arise. Together they create wines that express their territorial and varietal origin. Together they not only nurture, but continuously refine the South-Tyrolean traditions.
Developed over millennia, viticulture is deep-rooted in Italy’s northernmost winegrowing area, South Tyrol. As an important part of the South Tyrolean wine culture, the winery Nals Margreid is keeping up tradition since 1932. The winegrowers’ vineyards extend from Nals, a little town between Bozen and Meran (Merano), all the way to Margreid in the sunny, southern reaches of the region, allowing to exploit a remarkable variety of terroirs and locations.
Like the excellent wines produced by it, the winery, modernized in 2011, is an expression of the terroir. Thanks to the joining of historical structures and the high standards of modern wine production, a complex of buildings evolved, that perfectly expresses the qualities of Nals Margreid. Involving gravity in the production process, the wines are brought into existence as gently as possible. Hence, the evolution from grape to wine finds its natural process and culmination in the timeless cellars.