Search for wines made in the famed Italian region of Alto Adige, high in the Alps, with this archive of wine-related articles from Opening a Bottle.
Why Pacher Hof is Essential Alto Adige’s high Eisacktal/Valle Isarco is where Austria and Italy overlap. In...
Wine Lover’s Guide to Trentino-Alto Adige Travel
Where to Drink and Stay Among the Dolomites
First-Taste Guide to Alto Adige Schiava
Alto Adige's Sleeper Red Asks for Reconsideration
Three Wines from Alois Lageder
Battling Climate Change with a Bag of Tricks
Alto Adige Special Report: 2019
Brilliant Grüner Veltliner. Awesome Pinot Bianco. Textural Sauvignon Blanc. The complete spectrum of Pinot Noir. The wines...
20 Wines That Define Alto Adige Right Now
Scintillating Sauvignon Blanc, Gripping Grüner, Amphora Cabernet, Oh My!
What’s Noteworthy with Alto Adige Wines
One of Italy's Most Accessible Regions Still Needs a Lot of Explaining
Abbazia di Novacella: Legend of the Alps
Italy's Second Oldest Winery is Far From a Stodgy Place
Tasting Report: Abbazia di Novacella Wines, June 2019
How the Abbey's Wines Refuse to Stray from the Script
Why Alois Lageder is Essential Even by the standards of Südtirol — a region that is more...
Kerner vs. Kerner
An Obscure Cross Has Been Making In-Roads in Alto Adige and California
Elena Walch Schiava: Vivid Cherry & Bitter Almond
300 Words (Or So) About a Wine Ideal for Thanksgiving Leftovers