A stop at the Laimburg Winery along the South Tyrolean Wine Route

May 26, 2022 254

The South Tyrolean Wine Route is a 150 km long route between Nalles and Bolzano through Südtirol, Bassa Altesina and Oltradige. It was awarded a prize at the 2009 'Roma Wine Festival' as the most fascinating of the 140 wine routes dotting Italy from north to south: it is also one of the oldest, having been established in 1964.

Travelling the South Tyrolean Wine Route
The South Tyrolean Wine Road leads to the discovery of characteristic villages, ruined castles, historic houses and wine cellars, where you can taste delicious white and red wines, such as Lagrein, Gewürztraminer, Schiava, Souvignon and Riesling.

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