St. Michael Eppan is a winery located in South Tyrol, Italy, and is one of the most important wineries in the region. The winery was founded in 1907 as the first cooperative in South Tyrol and currently has more than 350 members who cultivate vineyards across the region. The winery produces a wide range of wines, including white, red, and sweet wines, with a focus on native grape varieties such as Pinot Bianco, Gewürztraminer, Lagrein, and Vernatsch.
The winery is located in the village of San Michele (St. Michael) near Bolzano and has a state-of-the-art winery facility that combines traditional winemaking methods with modern technology. The winery has a strong commitment to sustainability and has implemented various measures to reduce its carbon footprint and protect the environment.
One of the flagship wines of St. Michael Eppan is the Sanct Valentin line, which includes a range of high-quality white and red wines. The wines are named after the patron saint of winegrowers and are made from grapes sourced from the winery's best vineyards. Another notable wine is the Lagrein Riserva, a rich and complex red wine made from the Lagrein grape variety, which is indigenous to the region.
St. Michael Eppan wines have received numerous awards and accolades, both nationally and internationally. The winery is widely recognized for its consistent quality and is a leading producer in the region.