Zollweghof has been documented as a wine estate as early as the year 1346. Its vineyards extend along the southern hillsides of the sandy granite hill above Lana near Meran/Merano. For two decades it has been cultivated biologically by the Pfeifhofer family and for the last ten years bio-dynamically, following the Demeter principles. At Zollweghof you will find the autochthonous South Tyrolean grape varieties Fraueler, Versoaln and Vernatsch, grown in the traditional vine training system of the "Pergel" - the pergola. They are processed into mineral wines with a refined fruitiness and a refreshing sourness, sold directly at the estate. The white wine "Pfiffikus" is a cuvee made from Fraueler and Versoaln. From these grapes the red wines "Unikum" and "Bonifazius" also emerge in the estate’s 700-year-old wine cellar, as well as the fruity rosé "Granat" and the white wine "Bronner" with its unmistakeable mineral and fruit notes and balanced acidity.