Winery

Pranzegg

Pranzegg is probably the most free-spirited and progressive winery in South Tyrol. Under the exceptional winemaker Martin Gojer, the mini-boutique winery produces wines of a different dimension.

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"Enjoy Life!"

– Martin Gojer

Colour
Type
Eigenschaft

Tonsur 2020

winestyle-img Fine & Layered
Spicy
Like an embrace of strong, warmer aromas from pepper to coriander, cloves, vanilla to tobacco and leather.
Floral
Like a fragrant flower meadow with notes like rose and jasmine blossoms and delicate meadow herbs.
Fine-meshed, complex
19,50 €
26,00 €/L
Sold out

Vino Rosso Leggero 2019

winestyle-img Light & Juicy
Fruity
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Spicy
Like an embrace of strong, warmer aromas from pepper to coriander, cloves, vanilla to tobacco and leather.
Quaffable
16,00 €
21,33 €/L

Tonsur 2021

winestyle-img Fine & Layered
Würzig
Floral
Like a fragrant flower meadow with notes like rose and jasmine blossoms and delicate meadow herbs.
Animierend, Komplex
20,90 €
27,87 €/L

Pranzegg is an ambassador of culture and nature.

You are truly lucky to get your hands on a few bottles of Pranzegg. With only 4 hectares under cultivation, Martin Gojer's unique wines are highly sought after. 

Compared to typical wines from the region, his products are quite different: natural, exciting, wild and yet finesse-rich and delicate. All wines are made with mash fermentation and thus have a fine tannin structure that gives the wine its DNA. Martin Gojer's main concern is to tell stories through his wines: About the place where he lives and his way of life as a winemaker. 

And biodynamic farming helps to do this as unadulteratedly as possible: "Spontaneous fermentation, long retention time on the yeast, no fining and filtration, minimal amounts of sulphur and a lot of patience and flair," says Martin Gojer.

On the steep vineyards around the Bolzano basin, the vines stand on loamy sand of volcanic origin, deposits of porphyry, basalt and granite. If Martin's wines aren't sold out at the moment, the rule is to strike!

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