From the heart of the Dolomite region, where the Trentino and South Tyrolean lands meet, the wines of Roveré della Luna Aichholz are born
The grant of King Henry of Tyrol, in favor of certainmembers of the Tyrolean noblemen, for the first40 jugheri of uncultivated land on the hill of Roveré della Luna (one jughero was at the time the unit ofmeasurement of the surface) dates Nov. 29, 1327 and wasgiven in order to turn it over. On the site some houses andthe first vineyards were built and the new village was firstnamed Aichholz, then Roveré della Luna. The various locationswith vines around them were given the characteristicnames, that now distinguish the wines coming fromthose places of the 40 jugheri collection.
The line includes the Classic wines deriving from the typical varieties grown in the area surrounding Cantina Sociale Roveré della Luna.
The famous full-bodied red Teroldego, Lagrein and Pinot Nero are cultivated here.
Also the Schiava wines, regional native varieties, cultivated for centuries on the hills of Roverè della Luna, basic wine of the typical Colli S. Anna, a rosé wine delicately characterized by flower scent, with its characteristic taste of bitter almonds.
Characteristic and unique are Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Müller Thurgau.
CHIARO DI LUNA, the last born in Roveré’s home of the Luna Aichholz.
It has the color of the sunset on the Dolomites, the scents of fresh fruit and a gentle effervescence.
It is a perfect match for appetizers, gluttony and daring combinations.
KAR.ARES, a precious late harvest from overripe grapes from Goldtraminer. Its warm and enveloping scents and its golden color make it a perfect match for a selection of cheeses and mustards or for dry desserts.