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Azienda Agricola Fratelli Pisoni

Among the vineyards of the Valle dei Laghi, at the crossroads between the Brenta Dolomites and t...

25,00 €

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Azienda Agricola Fratelli Pisoni

Warm, friendly, very family-like! We tried lots of wines, all of which were unique. Reboreboro, Sarika and Annada are my favourites! Large snack platter! We also ...

Oleksandra

5.0

Azienda Agricola Fratelli Pisoni

We had an amazing time at the winery. The wines were outstanding!

4.5

Azienda Agricola Fratelli Pisoni

We had a blast at the winery. Amazing wines and lovely setting.

5.0

Borgo dei Posseri Società Agricola Semplice

Very beautiful place, incredible landscapes and a unique tasting tour. I definitely recommend!😍

Teija

5.0

Azienda Agricola Fratelli Pisoni

Truly a beautiful reality in the Trentino area! The visit went very well, accompanied by the winery guide who told us the history of the Pisani family and let us ...

Sara

5.0

Azienda Agricola Fratelli Pisoni

Warm friendly welcome from one of the family. Interesting story of the development of the business. Tasting was went at our pace 4+ but extra if wanted., Reboro i...

Judy

5.0

Domaine Haut Montlong

The visit has been very good. Carla's service has been excellent and so have the wines (very good value for money). Mercy!

Romualdo

5.0

Quinta Do Pessegueiro

The tour was very interesting, the tasting included 2 red wines, 1 white wine and 2 port wines

Anton

4.5

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Good to know before visiting the Trentino Alto Adige Wineries

What is Trentino Alto Known For?

Trentino-Alto Adige is a region located in the northern part of Italy, near the border with Austria. It is known for the following:

  • Scenic Beauty: The region is surrounded by the stunning Alpine mountains, providing a breathtaking backdrop for outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, and mountain biking
  • Cultural Diversity: Trentino-Alto Adige has a unique mix of Italian and Austrian cultures, which is reflected in its local cuisine, architecture, and traditions
  • Quality Wines: The region is known for producing a diverse range of high-quality wines, including whites made from Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, and Moscato, as well as reds made from Pinot Nero, Lagrein, and Teroldego
  • Local Cuisine: Trentino-Alto Adige is famous for its traditional dishes such as canederli (dumplings), speck (smoked ham), and knödel (dumplings)
  • Outdoor Activities: The region offers a range of outdoor activities for visitors, including skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and water sports on nearby lakes
  • Cultural Attractions: Trentino-Alto Adige is home to several castles, museums, and historic towns, making it a popular destination for cultural tourism


Do they speak Italian in Trentino-Alto Adige?

Yes, Italian is one of the official languages spoken in Trentino-Alto Adige, a region located in the northern part of Italy. However, the region has a strong Austrian cultural influence and many locals also speak German, particularly in the Alto Adige area.

In some parts of the region, Ladin, a Rhaeto-Romance language, is also spoken. This cultural and linguistic diversity makes Trentino-Alto Adige a unique and interesting place to visit.

Is Trentino Alto Worth Visiting?

This stunning region located in the northern part of Italy is surrounded by the majestic Alpine mountains, offering breathtaking scenery and outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, and mountain biking. Trentino is also a hub of cultural diversity, with a unique blend of Italian and Austrian cultures reflected in its local cuisine, architecture, and traditions. 

The region is known for producing a wide range of high-quality wines, including whites made from Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, and Moscato, as well as reds made from Pinot Nero, Lagrein, and Teroldego. Furthermore, Trentino is home to several castles, museums, and historic towns, making it a popular destination for cultural tourism. Whether you're a nature lover, a wine enthusiast, or a cultural traveler, Trentino is a must-visit destination that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

What Red Grape is From Trentino?

The grape variety that is native to Alto Adige is Lagrein, known for producing rich and full-bodied red wines. On the other hand, Teroldego and Marzemino are grape varieties that are synonymous with Trentino and are renowned for producing unique and high-quality red wines that can rival the likes of Merlot, Cabernet, and even Pinot Nero. In addition to these, the region is also experimenting with other grape varieties such as Schiava, with promising results.

When is the best time to visit Trentino Alto Adige for wine tasting?

The best time to visit Trentino Alto Adige for wine tasting is in the summer and fall, when the grapes are ripe and being harvested. However, the region offers wine tastings year-round, and each season has its own unique charm.

What are the most popular Trentino Alto Adige wine & spirits producers?
The Trentino Alto Adige region concentrates a wide choice of wine or spirits estates. However, the top 3 wineries or distilleries preferred by our visitors for tours and tasting are:
  • Azienda Agricola Fratelli Pisoni with an average rating of 4.8 among 18 reviews.
  • Borgo dei Posseri Società Agricola Semplice with an average rating of 4.9 among 4 reviews.
How much does a winery tour and wine tasting in Trentino Alto Adige cost?
In Trentino Alto Adige, the average price of a cellar tour with wine tasting is €29.00. Prices vary according to several criteria:
  • The duration of the experience: The longer the visit and tasting, the higher the cost.
  • The type of visit: Visit to a cellar, wine estate, or distillery.
  • The presence of a guide: A tour guided by an expert, especially over a half or full day, can increase the price.
  • Services included: Premium tastings, number of wines tasted, and additional activities such as wine workshops or meals.
The most economical experience in the area is Wine Tasting at a price of €25.00 and the most expensive is Enotour at €35.00.

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