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Istituto Agrario San Michele All´Adige

Italy Trentino

The "Istitutio Agrario di San Michele all'Adige" in the province of Trentino (Trento) in the Trentino-Südtiroldige region is one of the most famous Italian wine growing institutes. It was founded in 1...
Name: Istituto Agrario San Michele All´Adige
Growing area: Trentino
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0.75 L
2005 Trentino DOC Rebo
7.25 €
Editor note: Cool red berry nose with light vegetal notes. Light-bodied style, straightforward re berry fruit, so...
0.75 L
2005 Trentino DOC Marzemino
7.25 €
Editor note: Red and some black berries on the nose, light vegetal notes and a light touch of sauerkraut. Quite f...
0.75 L
2004 Trentino DOC Castel San Michele
12.50 €
Editor note: Some coffee and malt on the nose, roasted aromas, behind this black berries and light vegetal notes....
0.75 L
2004 Trentino DOC Pinot Nero
10.80 €
Editor note: Clear red berry nose, spicy vegetal notes. More red berries on the palate, delicately juicy, slightl...
0.75 L
2004 Trentino DOC Castel San Michele
10.30 €
Editor note: Slightly vegetal nose with notes of nuts, hay and fine herbs. Quite complex on the palate, but not a...
0.75 L
2005 Trentino DOC Sauvignon
7.25 €
Editor note: Delicate nose with light grassy notes, herbs and peppers. Racy with some bite, clean peppers and goo...

The "Istitutio Agrario di San Michele all'Adige" in the province of Trentino (Trento) in the Trentino-Alto Adige region is one of the most famous Italian wine growing institutes. It was founded in 1874 in South Tyrol, which at that time still belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The first director was Dr. Edmund Mach (1846-1901). He was in charge until 1899 and developed San Michele into an important research and experimental institute. The well-known viticulture expert Karl Mader (1847-1914) headed the institute from 1902 to 1909, and his son Josef Mader (1876-1938) also worked here as a teacher of viticulture. Another prominent student was the vine grafting pioneer Heinrich Schellenberg (1868-1967).

Today, the company's activities include not only viticulture but also fruit growing and dairy farming. The main focus of activities is on the analysis of flavour and phenols, microbiology and sensory testing within the framework of standardised analytical tests of wines. We also produce and market our own wines. Another important viticultural institute in Italy is Conegliano.

Picture: unknown - Photocopia, FAL, Collegamento

Istituto Agrario San Michele All´Adige Region: Italy Trentino

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