Stiftskellerei Neustift - Abbazia di Novacella

Stiftstrasse 1, 39040 Vahrn
Telephone +39 0472 836189
Fax +39 0472 837305

Hall map

ProWein 2019 hall map (Hall 15): stand G71

Fairground map

ProWein 2019 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

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

Our products

Product category: Wines from Südtirol/Alto Adige


Light, sparkling golden yellow with clearly green reflections. Ripe pears, apricots, elder blossoms, and coriander. Juicy with stimulating mineral-richness and spices. Long lasting, with an elegant finish.

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Product category: Wines from Südtirol/Alto Adige


Ruby-red with clear lighter hues at the rim. Notes of sour cherries and wild raspberries. Scent of forest floor, cinnamon and cloves. Elegant and seductive with alluring acidity and a velvety structure.


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Product category: Wines from Südtirol/Alto Adige


Sparkling garnet red with brick-red reflections. Scented roses, preserved figs, Saturn peaches, dark berries, bitter chocolate, and coffee. Refreshing berries, fine sweetness, stimulating spices.

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About us

Company details

The Abbazia di Novacella winery is among the oldest active wineries in the world. At its founding, Abbazia di Novacella was lavishly provided with farms and land, among which were also vineyards, by Reginbert of Säben. As early as in 1177, Pope Alexander III. confirmed the Monastery’s ownership of vineyards in the vicinity. Over the course of the centuries, the Abbey acquired a respectable ownership in vineyards by means of gifts, donations, purchases, and exchanges. To this very day, the Abbey is surrounded by terraced vineyards. They extend from the monastic complex, which is located at an altitude of 600 m (2,000 ft.), up the steep hills to an elevation of 900 m (2,950 ft.). Since the temporary dissolution of the Abbey at the beginning of the nineteenth century, not all of them have remained in the Abbey’s possession. But to this day, most of the local farmers deliver their grapes to the Monastery, where they are turned into wines with a strong character in the Abbazia winery.

As proven by archeological finds, viticulture has been practiced on the protected slopes of the Isarco Valley for more than 2,500 years. The efforts expended for creating the vineyards are documented to this day by the many dry-stack walls that structure the slopes into terraces, thus reducing their steepness.

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