Merano and Environs

Devoted to the grape cure

Vernatsch enjoyed a great deal of appreciation as the “grape cure” in Merano during the century before the First World War. Since time immemorial, Vernatsch has been known here as Meraner Hügel – a lighter and very spicy type of Vernatsch. In 1852 Archduke Johann introduced the first Pinot noir and Pinot blanc: a pioneering achievement with positive consequences.

Meraner Hügel: A spicy Vernatsch with power

Due to an intensified return to indigenous wines, Meraner Hügel from Tscherms, Marling and Meran, of course, have experienced a happy renaissance in recent years. In slightly cooler and exposed sites, the sensitive Pinot noir creates an interplay between red and black cherry fruit aromas reminiscent of the French models. Gewürztraminer and Pinot blanc – fine, very elegant niche products – are delightful, and also delicious as dessert wines.
 

Vinum Hotels in the Wine-Growing Region Merano and Environs

Hotel Muchele

Cultivation zone Merano and Vicinity
A wine-tasting hotel with new suites and bold colors
 
 

Hotel Paradies

Marlengo
A tranquil wine-tasting hotel near the spa resort of Meran
 
 

Hotel Der Weinmesser

Scena
South Tyrol's first wine-tasting hotel, owned by a certified sommelier
 
 
 
 

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