Maso Grener vineyards are located around Pressano, a small village 300-380 metres above the sea level, well-known for its high quality vine farming and wine production; staying in the vineyards one can enjoy the view of the Dolomites and the Adige valley.
The wines grow on the characteristic Pressano “reddish soil”, a particular ground soil that originated from underlying sedimentary rocks formed about 240 million years ago, with layers of red sandstone, dolomite and limestone.
We work in the vineyards following the tradition and experience that our predecessors have taught us.
The VINE, farmed in balanced harmony with Pressano’s generous soils, is our greatest asset.
In the vineyards we are guided by the plant’s needs and by our attention to details and meticulousness to achieve the best results.
We are caretakers fallen in love with our land: we are currently studying and applying more rigorous natural methods in the vineyards because our aim is to leave a healthy soil to the next generations.
The winds that constantly blow (Ora del Garda and one from the North) alternate themselves, so as to guarantee the right ventilation to the vineyards, synonym of the plants’ health.
"VIGNA TRATTA" - 2.5 hectars ca. in the municipality of Lavis, farmed with Chardonnay and Sauvignon grapes; 300-380 metres a.s.l.; west/south-west exposure; soil of siltitic/dolomitic origins, that provides the wines with a particular richness in terms of both mineral and content aroma.
"VIGNA BINDESI" – 0,5 hectars ca. in the municipality of Lavis, farmed with Pinot Nero grapes; 370-390 metres a.s.l.; west/south-west exposure; brown-reddish soil (Red Lands) of silt origin, that gives fleshiness to the wine.