Alto Adige Doc
Schiava Grigia

The typical South Tyrolean. The native Schiava grape variety was mentioned in a document in the Middle Ages already and has played a central role in winemaking in Alto Adige since the 16th century. Our Schiava Grigia is a typical representative of the variety and a perfect choice for all occasions and many of the Alpine-Mediterranean dishes that are popular in Alto Adige, including roasts, Wienerschnitzel, and sliced beef or calf’s head with onions in vinegar.
  • Schiava Grigia
  • San Michele Appiano, 350-400 m a.s.l.
  • stainless steel
  • 12-14°C
  • 2 years
ruby with violet reflexes
open and fruity with an aroma of amarena cherry and a hint of cinnamon and marzipan
smooth and fruity, well-structured with soft tannins, sophisticated yet quaffable with the typical lightness of a Schiava wine and long in the finish
12.50 % vol.
Total acidity
5.30 g/l
Residual sugar
1.80 g/l
The history of the Klosteranger can be traced back to the 18th century. It is the heart of MURI-GRIES, a single site with an excellent terroir in the middle of Gries protected by the old monastery wall. This is where the grapes grow for our very best Lagrein, the Weingarten Klosteranger.
A balanced interplay of climate, soils, skill and passion creates the foundations for our expressive premium wines to unfold to the full: wines of great finesse from the best monastery vineyards.


Wines to taste & take home

You will find a warm welcome in our vinotheque at the entrance to the monastery. This historical setting with its massive, centuries-old walls is the ideal place to taste and purchase our wines. Patrizia and Daniela are always pleased to advise and are looking forward to your visit!
If you will not be visiting South Tyrol in the near future, we will be pleased to help you find a wine shop that stocks MURI-GRIES wines in your area. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
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