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The age-old oenological tradition that distinguishes Cantina Aldeno seamlessly combines with the commitment to continually update the technologies and machinery. Even today, alongside the shiny stainless steel tuns and barriques, dominate the ancient oak barrels for the aging of the best red wines. The renowned Merlot, undoubted protagonist of all the wines produced here, expressed in various types (novello, giovane, invecchiato, taglio bordolese, passito) and which is annually celebrated in Aldeno at the Exhibition of Italian Merlot Wines. The path of Cantina Aldeno in nearly one century of life is studded with awards both from thenational market as well as abroad, attesting the constancy and quality of its products.

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Opening hours:
- 9.00 -12.30
- 15.00 -19.00
closed on Monday morning
To organize tastings calling to +39 0461-842511
The family-run winery, on the market for almost 50 years.

In fact the first vintages and winemaking are dated from the year 1955. In 1979, we changed our headquarter. From the ancient Ravagni house, in the historic center of Isera, we moved to a modern building which stands on the central hill of the village. We offer a pleasant environment in which to enjoy all our wines at rest and may be have a little chat with the hospitable Enrico, founder of the winery.
Our Philosophy

We select the best grapes from the classic red and white varieties, with special attention given to the exposure and the maturity of the different varieties. The vineyards from which the grapes are processed into wine, are located exclusively in Vallagarina, at an altitude between 200 and 700 meters.

In addition to the production of classic wines from Trentino, we have added products, that were revealed during careful oenological studies: an example is the well-done Trentino Red "Tebro", a blend of Cabernet and Merlot. It is produced in a limited number of bottles, and particularly in the vineyard attended by using grapes from Guyot cultivation systems, which provide a lower yield per hectare as required by DOC specifications values​​, and also maintained in the cellar. From the same line and therefore of considerable quality and finesse are generated the Trentino Pinot Noir and Trentino Nosiola. These wines are made ​​from grapes of the Guyot vineyards on a hill (500 meters above sea level) near Sasso. The last result of our researches is the Trentino Marzemino "Don Giovanni". Born form the request of the association Mozart Italia in Rovereto to get a representative product, the Trentino Marzemino doc "Don Giovanni", which we suggest, is generated by the application of the old technique of partial drying of the grapes, which improves the scent and texture of the wine.
The winery is located in the farmhouse built in 700 in the heart of Vallagarina. We welcome our guests in a friendly atmosphere at any time of the year. Our property is literally surrounded by the vineyards that have made Marzemino d’Isera so famous. The production, coming only from grapes of our vineyards, is limited but selected: we care about genuineness obtained through “ancient” processing methods.

La Vineria Restaurant

Within the winery there is also a small farmhouse restaurant “La Vineria” which offers a magical environment to better appreciate a simple and genuine cuisine, faithful to the most ancient cooking traditions of Trentino. Combined with our wines our cuisine contributes to spend pleasant evenings in a sober and elegant atmosphere. It has independent entrance and parking.

We are oganized to host privats and groups up to maximum 80 persons.

Prices per bottle are aprox. between € 6,50 and € 15,00.

Grape varieties: cabernet – chardonnay – marzemino – merlot – moscato giallo – pinot bianco – schiava

Groups: up to 80 persons

Payment: American Express – Cash – Mastercard – Visa
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