The oldest vine in Alto Adige and the highest Müller Thurgau vineyard in the region make Magrè the wine village of superlatives.
Medieval farms and stately manors, narrow alleys, artistic window grilles, and frescos on the façades. In Magrè at the Alto Adige Wine Road you can admire unique architectural monuments and some superlatives: the oldest house vine decorates the Grafengasse alley and attracts many visitors. Planted in 1601, this century-old vine still carries about 80 kg of grapes. If you climb higher, you will get to the highest Müller Thurgau vineyard in Europe in Favogna di Sotto at an altitude of 1,000 metres.
The climate is influenced by the south, and the work of wine growers follows the rhythm of nature. The wine village of Magrè is the cradle of many excellent wines.
The wines mature on sandy limestone soils with a high humus content on a total surface of 206 hectares. White wine is planted on 164 hectares, while the remaining 41 hectares are reserved for red wines.