Rottensteiner's Santa Maddalena vineyards are on loose, sandy porphyry soils. Once fermentation is complete, the Santa Maddalena matures in stainless steel tanks.
Interesting fact: in 1941, Santa Maddalena was nominated as one of the top three wines of Italy alongside Barbaresco and Barolo.
Rottensteiner, Trentino Alto Adige
The Rottensteiner family is one of the oldest wine-making families of South Tyrol. The name Rottensteiner comes from the red coloured rocks of the mountains surrounding Bolzano - Rottenstein translates as "red stone". The 60 hectares of vineyards the family looks after focus on growing regional varieties, in particular the Lagrein and the Santa Maddalena.
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