You have no items in your shopping cart
40% Riesling, 20% Chardonnay, 15% Gewürztraminer
If you are a fan of authentic Italian wines, you must visit the Franz Haas Winery. This winery, which covers an area of 55 hectares and is managed by seven generations of winemakers, is known for cultivating the most difficult of all vines - the Pinot Nero. Franz launched its first Pinot Nero Schweitzer wine label in 1990.
The vineyards of Franz Haas are located at varying altitude levels ranging from about 250m to 1150m above sea level in the areas of Egna, Montagna, and Aldino. The main feature of these vineyards is that they have various soil qualities (sandy to clayey to soil with good calcium content). These factors, combined with the varying intensities of microclimatic conditions, make these vineyards ideal for growing a variety of richly flavoured grape varietals.
was added to your shopping cart
Out of stock