Trentino is a small but economically active territory counting on key business sectors as: Green TechICT and electronicsMechatronics and Tourism. This land can, moreover, count on business sectors strictly linked to its territorial roots as: 

Wine and Spumante

Trentino: Taste of DolomitesTrentino produces both red and white wines of renowned excellence, and is also the largest producer of spumante (sparking wine) in Italy, selling over 7 million bottles each year worldwide. With more than 10,000 hectares of vineyards, this is the most important mountainous wine production area in Italy and Europe (according to the EU classification).In order to promote Trentino wines on foreign markets, the Autonomous Province of Trento, together with some... Read full article

Alpine technology

In Trentino more than 60% of the terrain is situated at an altitude of over 1,000 metres. One of the most advanced industrial sectors has developed precisely out of the difficulties and challenges of living in the mountains, with recognised production expertise in the field of snow-making systems, lift systems and technical products for the mountains. Read full article

Water and Thermal Spas

Trentino's natural environment is a resource for tourism but also for other economic activities. Water is the source of life on earth and Trentino's drinking water is one of Italy's best. Trentino's bottled water enterprises include: Acqua Levico, pouring in the Alta Valsugana at an altitude of 1.600 meters Pejo-Fonte alpina, pouring in the Stelvio national nature park; Surgiva, pouring in the Adamello-Brenta regional nature park; Water and Trentino have another ancient and important link... Read full article