The hamlet of Maso Palt in the municipality of Mori lies to the left of Besagno at an altitude of 330 metres, and faces north, yet is protected from the wind and cold thanks to Monte Baldo. The area overlooks Mori and Vallagarina and enjoys the light and warmth of the sun from sunrise to sunset. The Palt micro-climate is exceptional for vine cultivation: in addition to benefiting from the soil composition, the plants can take advantage of the large temperature fluctuations that occur during the vine's ripening period, protected from the icy winds and extreme cold. The soil is composed of basalt, volcanites and other mineral deposits originating from Monte Baldo's time as an active volcano.
The Maso Palt lands surrounding the property rise from an altitude of 300 metres up to 450 metres and are planted with Pinot noir, Lagrein, Incrocio Manzoni, Pinot bianco, and Pinot grigio. The estate also has vineyards in Angoja which produce Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Incrocio Manzoni.
The lands of Maso Palt have always been cultivated to produce still wines, while investments in time, lands and equipment are now being made to develop all the traditional wines of Trentino and achieve superior levels of quality.
With a focus on native wines, such as Lagrein, Teroldego Rotaliano, Marzemino, Rebo, Casetta and Nosiola, a large area will also be dedicated to Trento DOC sparkling wine, from Blanc de blanc, to Blanc de noir, to Rosato.
Maso Palt also benefits from an additional property on the main road between the Brennero motorway and Riva del Garda, that houses a large sales point for the products of the Sajni Fasanotti estates. Visitors can also admire the underground cellar for the production of wines and, in particular, the Trento DOC sparkling wine.
The area includes spaces for catering, wine tastings and presentations.