The South Tyrol wine road (Italian: Strada del Vino dell'Alto Adige) is a well-known wine producing area in South Tyrol. The South Tyrol wine road begins in Nals and winds its way through the Überetsch and Unterland regions to Salurn. Along the wine road lie areas in the municipalities of Nals, Terlan, Andrian, Eppan, Kaltern, Tramin, Kurtatsch, Margreid, Kurtinig, Auer, Montan, Neumarkt, Pfatten and Salurn as well as Bozen, the capital of the region.
Wine production shapes the landscape, encompassing sections of valleys, hills and mountainsides. Around 65 % of the wines produced are red, 35 % white.
Some of the white wines produced are:
The red wine varieties produced include:
Almost the entire area under cultivation can lay claim to statutory protection measures and bears the title DOC or DOCG ("Denominazione di Origine Controllata" or "Controlled Denomination of Origin"). Alongside wine production, tourism also plays an important role in the region's economy.