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Gummerhof

The "Gummerhof - Malojer Wein- und Sektkellerei" winery is located in the north of Bolzano in the Italian wine-growing sector South-Tirol (Region Trentino-Alto Adige ). The Gummerhof, first mentioned in 1480, was acquired in 1880 by Joseph Trafojer, who set up a winery and schnapps distillery. The wines were delivered to the Kaiserhof in Wien , among others. In 1948, the company, which had since been shut down, was reactivated by son-in-law Rudolf Malojer. Today the business is run by his son Alfred Malojer and his wife Elisabeth, with the fifth generation being supported by his son Urban with his wife Helena. There is also a wine shop with a restaurant with traditional South Tyrolean cuisine.

Gummerhof - company building

The company's own vineyards cover six hectares, and a further 12 hectares are bought in grapes. These come from the Gummerhof Gries, Gur zur Sand, Loamerhof and St. Justina locations. Some of the vines are traditional Pergelerziehung cultured. It will be the white varieties Sylvaner. Müller-Thurgau. Chardonnay, Ruländer ( Pinot gris ), Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) Sauvignon Blanc and Gewurztraminer, as well as the red wine varieties Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) Lagrein, Vernatsch ( Schiava Grossa ) Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot processed. The product range includes wines from the DOC range Eisacktaler. St. Magdalener and South Tyrol, The heavy red wines (Riserva) are 15 months in French barriques expanded. Bottle-fermented sect are also produced. Around 100,000 bottles of wine are produced annually.

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