Weingut Alois Lageder AG

Grafengasse 9, 39040 Margreid (BZ)
Telephone +39 0471 809500
Fax +39 0471 809550

This company is main exhibitor of

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 16): stand H77

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Südtirol/Alto Adige

Our products

Product category: Südtirol/Alto Adige


In the 1980s, discussions with wine-growers from all over the world such as Robert Mondavi, the famous pioneer of wine-growing in America, and various chateau owners in the Bordeaux region encouraged Alois Lageder to introduce Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot in the form of wire trellis system as a replacement for the traditional Schiava. The result, in 1986, was Alto Adige’s first major vineyard with densely planted Guyot-trained vines – a fact that caused much discussion. This site has traditionally been called "Herz" (German for heart or Cor in Latin) and has given the wine its name.

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Product category: Südtirol/Alto Adige


Pinot Grigio, also called Grauburgunder or Pinot Gris, is currently the most commonly cultivated white wine variety in Alto Adige. The sites subject to Mediterranean influences around Magrè and Salorno have predominantly chalky soils with a high sand and gravel content and are perfect for cultivating this grape variety from the noble Pinot family.

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Product category: Südtirol/Alto Adige


It is our goal to maintain the Alto Adige wine-making tradition of producing Lagrein Rosé, also known as Lagrein Kretzer, and move it forward into the future. The old name “Kretzer” derives from a German word for a large strainer that was used to drain off the grape juice. Because the skins of the berries are so rich in color and tannins, these grapes are lightly pressed at once to ensure a light color for the wine.

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About us

Company details

Stewardship of the landscape for life and nature

The Alois Lageder winery in Alto Adige comprises fifty hectares of the family's own vineyards, which are managed on the basis of biodynamic principles. Our holistic approach is reflected in our wine-growing activities, our long-standing relationships with numerous grape growers and our ambition to create awareness for an agriculture that is in tune with nature.

Our wines reflect the diversity of Alto Adige. With the Classical Grape Varietals we want to optimally explore the diversity of our region. The Compositions are wines with a strong character, each sets its own specific tone. With the Masterpieces we perfect all aspects of wine growing.

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