PacherHof’s wine-growing estate is located in Neustift, slightly
higher than Brixen. The estate has been in production since 1142 and is managed
by the Huber Family. Cellar master Andreas Huber cultivates excellent
white grape varieties on a cultivated area of 8 hectares, presses them
in his own cellar and markets them himself. They specialize in the typical Austrian-Alpine varietals of Reisling, Kerner, Muller Thurgau, Sylvaner, Pinot Grigio, Gewurtztraminer and Gruner Veltliner.
PacherHof’s natural potential lies in its vineyards in the best
locations, in its gravelly soil rich in minerals and in its special
micro climates. The natural diversity and the uncompromising striving
for quality by Andreas Huber, the son, form the basis for exclusive
white wines full of character.
For more information about PacherHof, visit their website here.