Vigna

Alto Adige single-vineyard wines – mission and passion

“Vigna” written on the label of an Italian wine designates a single-vineyard wine made from grapes harvested from one precisely demarcated parcel. At Tenuta J. Hofstätter, these wines embody the intrinsic quality and style of a specific vineyard – year after year.
Paolo Foradori was the first to introduce this classification in Alto Adige in 1987. His pioneering work led the wine estate to name the specific vineyard parcels on the labels of the Barthenau Vigna S. Urbano Pinot Nero and the Barthenau Vigna S. Michele Pinot Bianco.

Single-Vineyard Wines – Tramin | Tenuta J. Hofstätter
Single-Vineyard Wines – Tramin | Tenuta J. Hofstätter
Single-Vineyard Wines – Tramin | Tenuta J. Hofstätter
Single-Vineyard Wines – Tramin | Tenuta J. Hofstätter
Single-Vineyard Wines – Tramin | Tenuta J. Hofstätter
Single-Vineyard Wines – Tramin | Tenuta J. Hofstätter

Vigna today

Like his father Paolo, vintner Martin Foradori Hofstätter makes tradition and terroir the focus of his work. Independent of passing market trends, he continues what has proven itself in the vineyard over decades. Today, the wines from the Kolbenhof, Rechtenthaler Schlossleiten, Steinraffler, Oberkerschbaum farmsteads as well as from the Pirchschrait vineyard parcel are also classified as Vigna.