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Sinar passing adapter for pressure aperture lenses

$48

Sinar passing adapter for pressure aperture lenses

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Sinar passing adapter for pressure aperture lenses

Pampered by Mediterranean sun, shaped by the Alpine landscape, prepared by experienced winegrowers, and prized by wine connoisseurs throughout the world: wine from Alto Adige.

“In just a short period of time, Alto Adige has become Italy’s top white wine region. The requirements for this were the Alpine-Mediterranean climate, the quality of the soils, and the enviable locations of the vineyards. For its success, Alto Adige wine can thank these happy conditions, a generation of meticulous, diligent winegrowers, and the commitment of imaginative cooperatives.”
Ernesto Gentili and Fabio RizzariWine connoisseurs and wine critics

Alto Adige Wine

Alpine Wine with Mediterranean Charm

Alto Adige is one of Italy’s smallest winegrowing regions.
Yet thanks to its geographical position, it is also one of the most multifaceted. What emerges here are not trendy wines, but rather authentic wines with their own original character.

Terroir

Alto Adige's terroir is as varied as its landscape.

Like No Other

Alto Adige is an extraordinary winegrowing region. Filled with contrasts yet harmonious, conscious of tradition yet forward-looking.

5,000 winegrowers
supply their grapes to around 200 wineries
64% white wine, 36% red wine
Twenty Different Grape Varieties
on 5,500 Hectares
200 to 1,000 meters above sea level
Different elevations and soil types
98.8 percent under DOC protection
out of the entire winegrowing area in Alto Adige

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