The grapes come from the agribusiness vineyards in Laimburg; of about 20 hectares of vineyards in different wine-growing areas of Alto Adige. The vineyards are on the plain or are distributed on hilly and steep slopes with very different soils: moraine and alluvial soils alternate with primary rock and loamy limestone gravel. The grapes grow at altitudes between 200 and 750 meters above sea level in different training systems such as pergola or trellis, depending on the needs of the respective grape variety. In its role as a model winery, the Laimburg winery produces about 90,000 bottles of wine annually, with the main aim of bringing into the glass the varietal character of the approximately 15 typical varieties of the province.
The diversity of grape varieties in Alto Adige is also reflected in the range of wines produced at Laimburg Winery; in addition, a wide variety of grape varieties are tested at different altitudes to determine the ideal vineyard locations. In addition to the classic South Tyrolean grape varieties, Laimburg Winery is also increasingly testing new or interesting grape varieties from around the world (e.g. Tannat, Petit Verdot, Incrocio Manzoni and new varieties such as Solaris and Cabernet Cortis) for cultivation and vinification in South Tyrol. The top line wines of Laimburg are of a very high quality and are among the finest available in Alto Adige. Beautiful wines with good acidity that makes the typical beautiful aging possible.