Terlan ([tɛrlan], Italian: Terlano) on the Wine Route is a municipality of South Tyrol in the Adige Valley in Italy, between Bolzano and Merano, with 4365 inhabitants (as of 31 December 2015). The municipality consists of the factions (localities) Terlan itself as well as Siebeneich and Vilpian. Terlano belongs as its northernmost area to the district community Überetsch-Unterland. Terlano is known for its wine and asparagus harvested in the Adige plain. The landmarks of Terlan are the Maultasch ruins (Neuhaus ruins) overlooking the village and the slender tower of the Gothic main church from the 14th century, covered with multicolored roof shingles.