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At the table in South Tyrol

Welcome inside our traditional parlours! Join us! If you stop in at one of our farmhouse inns, our farmers will serve you the authentic tastes of South Tyrol. In a cosy atmosphere, culinary classics such as Schlutzkrapfen ravioli, Knödel dumplings and hearty Marende snacks with spicy cheese, Speck Alto Adige PGI and farm-fresh wine are served. The best places to stop in are available here.

Traditions of hospitality are alive and well here

Savour homemade traditional dishes such as Schlutzkrapfen ravioli or roasted ribs as well as hospitality that comes from the heart. Our farmhouse inns bear the Red Rooster seal of quality. Finding the best farmhouse cuisine.

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A distinction worth knowing

Our two kinds of farmhouse inns in South Tyrol (called either Hofschänke or Buschenschänke) have a passion for cuisine and a long shared tradition. But they differ in one respect... And this is where geography comes into play...

Wood-paneled traditional parlours, homegrown products and South Tyrolean hospitality: During your visit to our farmhouse inns, our farmers will proudly offer e.g., homemade lemon balm or red currant juice, flavourful traditional dishes such as black salsify soup, speck-flavoured dumplings, local fruits and Alto Adige wines.

What makes these farmhouse inns so special? “Hofschänke” farmhouse inns are located outside of our seven wine-growing regions and therefore do not offer their own wine. Of course, you can still enjoy wine during your visit. Your hosts will serve you a selection of wines from South Tyrol from our region’s wineries and vineyards.

“Buschenschänke” farmhouse inns are located within our wine regions, produce their own wines, and therefore offer you their house wines. This is also where the popular tradition of Törggelen has its origins. In the past, after the grape harvest, farmers used to invite people to their wine cellars for wine tastings in autumn. This is when wine merchants, connoisseurs and winemakers would meet to taste the new vintages. A Marende snack featuring Speck Alto Adige PGI, cheeses and warm dishes from the farmer's kitchen were added to these sociable gatherings over the course of time. Nowadays, Törggelen is an annual seasonal event that is revived every year from October to the end of November in the farmhouse inns.

Be a guest in your favourite farmhouse inn

If you are keen to sample fragrant speck-flavoured dumplings and authentic wines and experience service that comes from the heart, our rural farmhouse inns are the ideal place. The following are a selection of popular Hofschänke and Buschenschänke farmhouse inns.

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Pleasure with tradition

When the vine leaves turn golden, it's time for Törggelen! This is a custom where farmhouse inns open their parlours and serve you wine and delicious rural fare.

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Delicacies from the farm

Aromatic mountain herbs, freshly baked farmhouse bread, golden honey, spicy cheese and the best Alto Adige wine: Our farm shops feature the best culinary treasures from South Tyrol sourced directly from the producer. All farm shops at a glance.

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