Alto Adige | Südtirol  (Italy)

We have been so fortunate to have connected with the Giovanett family.  Ivan and Ines are currently at the forefront of this family winery.  Brother and sister team, Ivan is the winemaker and Ines the marketing and director of sales.  They are lively, fun and 100% invested in the culture of wine and community.

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A little history:  The Castelfeder Winery was founded in 1970 by A. Giovanett, who had attended the renowned wine school in San Michele all’Adige and at the founding already had extensive experience as a vintner. In 1989 the founder’s son, Günther Giovanett (born in 1958; father of Ines & Ivan), took over the management of the winery. Continuing in the same tradition as his father, Günther still has close contact with winegrowers, careful selection of the best production areas and well-aimed cultivation of choice varietals.

Involved in every aspect of the winery: this passion for winemaking begins in the vineyard with the planting of the vines, advising and working with the winegrowers and continues through the harvest and gentle pressing of the grapes in the cellar up to the vinification of the wines and finally to their marketing. The result of this difficult but rewarding job is wine to be proud of.

These guys are doing great work! We carry the following wines from their portfolio:
Castelfeder Pinot Bianco DOC “Vom Stein”
Castelfeder Pinot Grigio DOC “15er”
Castelfeder Kerner Vigneti dell Dolomiti DOC “Lahn”
Castelfeder Pinot Nero “Glener”
Castelfeder Lagrein DOC “Rieder”
Castelfeder Vernatsch “Breitbacher”
Castelfeder Burgum Novum Pinot Nero Riserva DOC
Castelfeder Burgum Novum Cabernet Riserva DOC
Castelfeder Burgum Novum Lagrein Riserva DOC

Here’s the technical info on these wines. Please contact us if you are interested in buying these wines at the wholesale level.

Jens Strecker, Owner
J. Strecker Selections


About J. Strecker Selections

J. Strecker Selections is a wine import company focused on bringing delicious, good value wines from the Old World to the Northwest marketplace.
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