Manincor wines are naturally pure. The 400 year-old wine estate, carefully and prudently extended by the wine cellar built beneath the vines and hardly noticeable from above, epitomises today the tradition and aspirations of a superior wine culture. Count Michael Goëss-Enzenberg on the estate’s philosophy:

Long years of far-reaching development work are now bearing fruit. The prerequisites for producing these inimitable wines with strong personality are provided by the natural diversity of sites and soil compositions, vineyards entirely cultivated on bio-dynamic principles and an uncompromising determination.

Nature. My deepest desire to produce healthy and delicious food products, sustainably and with full respect for nature, is being realised with Manincor. Orchards, vineyards, woodland and meadows form a single entity and have been certified as meeting the standards required for EU organic food and bio-dynamic certification.

Tradition. My family have been devoting themselves to agriculture and winegrowing for generations. In the Manincor estate my wife and I have been giving this tradition a new face while remaining true to the old values. Our credo is to preserve what is valuable from the past while remaining open towards the new.

Passion. Wine for me is the most sensuous expression of the agricultural culture. Our mission to achieve the highest natural quality also involves a quest to find for the best possible means down to the tiniest detail. Manincor’s wines should be characterised by elegance and finesse, underpinned by impressive structure and backbone.

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> Our sites. - Our estate owns 50 hectares of vineyards
> A gem among South Tyrol's contemporary architecture. - The new winery
> Heritage is a commitment. - Manincor's 400 years of history