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Kellerei Tramin winery

Tramin, located on the Wine Route, is one of the most important wine villages in South Tyrol. The village is about 50 minutes by car from the Hotel Erzherzog Johann,, either via the Brenner autobahn (exit Neumarkt) or the Wine Route (MeBo expressway, exit Eppan, then follow the Wine Route past Kaltern to Tramin). The Kellerei Tramin winery is one of the oldest and most traditional wine co-operatives in South Tyrol. It was founded in 1898 by Father Christian Schrott and today has 290 members, growing grapes on a cultivated area of some 220 hectares in the municipalities of Tramin, Neumarkt, Montan and Auer.

The winery was rebuilt in 2010 and is now also an architectural attraction in its own right. All the winery’s wines can be tasted and purchased in the shop. Tours possible on appointment.

Wine tip – Gewürztraminer
The beguiling character of this grape variety reveals itself as a luminous, intense straw yellow. Notes of rose petals, cinnamon, ripe tropical fruit and cloves develop in the glass. These wholesome flavours and clear spicy hints reflect the rich clayey gravels and sunny location of Söll near Tramin, the village’s highest wine-producing area. Gewürztraminer wines from the Tramin winery are of course featured on the wine list of the Hotel Erzherzog Johann.
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