Kettmeir is located in the hills of Alto Adige, a unique and beautiful region in the Alpine north of Italy. In this superb territory are ideal conditions for grape cultivation: a range of soil types, altitudes, and temperatures. Our beautiful home imparts our wines with their outstanding freshness and extraordinary aromatics.
The M?ller Thurgau grape was created in Germany in 1882 by crossing Riesling with a now-extinct grape called Madeleine Royale. The exotic fruit notes show off the Riesling parentage. Our vineyards are planted at high elevations (700+ meters) at a single Maso (farm) called Ebnicher in Soprabolzano, nestled among the chestnut woods overlooking the city of Bolzano. The view stretches from the Dolomites to the Oltradige (where we grow our Pinot Bianco).