Founded in 1898 by the parish priest of Termeno (Tramin in German) and member of the Austrian Parliament Christian Schrott, Cantina Tramin – more than a hundred years later – remains an excellence of South Tyrol, thanks above all to the production of Gewurztraminer, which company cultivates in the Sella microzone.
In a delicate balance between artisanal dimension and wide-ranging entrepreneurial vision, “the house of the Gewurztraminer” reaches dizzying annual production numbers: about 1.8 million bottles, the result of a vision of work still on a human scale.
Here, in fact, it is the winegrowers who make the difference, with a farmer / hectare ratio (300 producers for 250 hectares of vineyards) close to that of a small winery. Care by artisans, therefore, of every single plot within a coherent overall strategy.
A philosophy that has its roots in the values of South Tyrolean culture – the ability to create a system, creative precision and attention to quality – and which gives life to wines that represent the best of the territory. With the selection of single grape varieties, in particular, Cantina Tramin expresses the fullness of each indigenous grape variety ripened in the sun of South Tyrol.