Konrad Oberhofer was a winegrower with a pioneering approach. Recognising the potential of his vineyards, he began to vinify the grapes of the individual estates separately, thus increasing the quality of his wines. This modern vision soon led him to abandon the sale of bulk wine, opting for marketing in bottles. Today, with the same perseverance and passion as then, Martin Foradori has picked up his grandfather Konrad's baton, selecting and vinifying grapes from the prized vineyards of Alto Adige, in order to carry on the historic tradition of his family and its world-renowned wines. Whereas in the past it was the Schiava, a local native grape variety, that monopolised the market, today it is the other varieties such as Lagrein, also native, and the noble Pinot Noir. With them Gewürztraminer, Pinot Bianco, Sauvignon and Müller Thurgau.