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Top wines to try from Alto Adige

Exciting wines to seek out from this pocket of northern Italy, plus producers to watch...

Alto Adige is one of the smallest winegrowing regions in Italy, yet one of the most commercially appealing.

Between an Alpine and Mediterranean climate, Alto Adige’s winemaking area comprises just 5,400ha of vineyards. This has risen by approximately 400 to 500ha over the past 10 years, and has the potential to increase further. Vineyards range from 200 to 1,000 metres above sea level and the region boasts more than 300 days of sun per year.

Scroll down to see Aldo’s best wines from Alto Adige

From the archive: Alto Adige wine – Back to the future

Aldo’s best wines from Alto Adige:


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