Our 14 winegrowing areas, each of them different and exceptional, give their names to the wines they generate and enrich them with the specific qualities, which soil, climate and sunlight alone can induce.

In South Tyrol, geological history formed an enclosed area with an extraordinary range of soils. The great variety of wines produced by the Nals Margreid Winery results from this accumulation of diverse soil conditions. Each vine spreats its roots in terrain of perfectly suitable characteristics: chalky scree, sandy riverbed soils and glacial outwash drifts over an underlyung layer of primitive rock formations consisting of porphyry, marble, gneiss and mica.
Our vineyards are scattered over 14 winegrowing areas in South Tyrol, extending/reaching from Nals in the north to Margreid in the south. However greatly they differ in their microclimate and soils, they share some fundamental conditions: Their elevations vary between 650 and 3000 feet above sea level. Secondly, they benefit from the Mediterranean influences arriving from the south, while being protected by the main ridge of the Alps in the north. Lastly, there is the South Tyrolean climate, which provides our vines with an average of 300 sunny days per year and allows for significant differences in temperature between day and night.
Italien / Italia / Italy Söll Entiklar Margreid Penon Levad Lafot Punggl Mazzon St. Magdalena Gries Pitzon Sirmian Mantele Gennen
The Söll vineyard is directly located in the renowned winegrowing village of Tramin. Where else other than in their natural and traditional habitat with its deep clay soils on limestone would we grow our Gewürztraminer.
Wines from this area
  • Gewürztraminer
  • <strong>Lyra</strong> Gewürztraminer
  • between 2300 and 2800 ft
  • between 1600 and 2300 ft
  • between 1100 and 1600 ft
  • between 980 and 1100 ft
  • between 850 and 980 ft
  • between 790 and 850 ft
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