Grown in vineyards planted between 300 and 450 meters in calcareous clay and gravel in the areas of Tramin and Montagna. The grapes for this wine were gently pressed off to steel tanks immediately after harvest. The must was allowed to ferment at controlled temperature without malolactic fermentation. Tramin is the cradle of Gewurztraminer, and the village claims the best vineyards dedicated to the variety planted around the village the west bank of the Adige valley. Gewurztraminer has a distinctive reddish-yellow color with green hues when fully mature. The most famous vineyards are in the Tramin subzones of Soll (Sella) and Rungg (Ronchi), where the wine becomes rich and silky in texture, minerally and structured. It is an elegant wine with intense aromas and flavours of Muscat, rose, exotic spice and lychee fruit. Gewurztraminer has become one of the most popular wines produced in Alto Adige. The wine pairs well with fish, white meat and savory pie.