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You can recognize it from afar, the shining cube that seems to grow majestically out of the hillside, the new headquarters of the Bolzano winery since autumn 2018. This low-energy building combines the principles of functionality and ecological sustainability in the most innovative way.

The best locations of the Bolzano winery are as rich in contrast as the land: 340 hectares of the best vineyards in Bolzano stretch between 200 and 1000 meters above sea level. 224 cooperative members who are dedicated and passionate about viticulture. A large family that is committed to our cultural landscape around Bolzano and for whom quality is more important than quantity. That's us, the Bolzano winery.

The craft of the winemaker



The success of the Bolzano winery is based on the 224 winegrowers who are united in the cooperative structure. They come from noble families or farming families, live and work in farms or historic residences and cultivate vineyards on steep slopes and in the valley floor. Fifteen different grape varieties are cultivated on different soils, resulting in unique wines with an unmistakable regional character.

Eighty percent of the members dedicate themselves exclusively to winegrowing. They have been farmers for generations, and this deep connection to the land is reflected in the quality of the wines.

The chairman of the cooperative winery is elected by the members. Philipp Plattner has held this office since 2022. Plattner is a key figure in the company. He represents the interests of the members, heads the board and acts as a mediator. 
The fundamental task of Kellerei Bozen is to promote the members' identification with 'their' winery and thus strengthen their sense of belonging.

Another linchpin of this 'big family' is the cellar master Stephan Filippi. He personally maintains contact with the members and supports them in their daily decisions in the vineyard. The Bolzano winery is aware that a direct and systematic exchange between the winegrowers and the cellar master is essential in order to produce high quality wines. - Gerardo [TS02/23]


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Profile
NameKellerei Bozen
CategorySouth Tyrol
Founding Year1908
OwnerCooperative property
OenologistStephan Fillippi
Annual Production (Btls)2.500.000
Vineyard Area (Hectare)310
Additional Purchaseno
Cultivationconventional

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