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    Experience South Tyrol - it's unforgettable!

    Don't miss the diverse range of experiences of South Tyrol! Enjoy sporting activities, discover the rich culture and visit diverse events in Alpine and Mediterranean locations. Whether young or old, everyone will find something suitable. To help you decide, we present our suggestions for an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol. Experience the diversity!

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    Wineries
    Nals Margreid
    Nals/Nalles, Meran/Merano and environs
    A tradition that goes back to 1764, when the Campi estate was built on the site of our current winery. Nals Winery was founded in 1932 and with the merge of Margreid Winery in 1985, Nals Margreid was established. The vineyards are distributed throughout 14 areas with a total of 160 hectares cultivatet by 138 wine-growing families between Nalles in the Adige Valley and Magré in the southern part of Alto Adige. Because of this, the Nals Margreid Winery draws from the unique potential of the entire region along the right bank of the Adige. In this very particular strip of land, at elevations between 200 and 900 meters, the grapes mature with multilayered terroirs, each having its own soil composition, microclimate, and sunshine.

    The protective arc of the Alps to the north, the Mediterranean influences from the south, the 1,800 hours of sunshine each year, and temperature differentials between day and night of up to 20° C allow the grapes to thrive with unique characters that reflect their terroirs in the flavor spectrum of Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Noir: from Alpine-fresh to fruity-elegant. The demand for quality and uniqueness is also expressed in the architecture of the winery building at the Nals Margreid Winery. Reddish-brown exposed concrete walls rise up nine meters into the sky. In between is the barrique cellar with the small oak casks, spanned by a colossal, asymmetrically folded roof.

    With the careful restoration of the old manor into the headquarters and the “1764” wine bar, the synthesis of the historical buildings with the international prizewinning contemporary architecture has achieved perfection. This is where the wines of the Nals Margreid Winery can be experienced with professional sommelier advice at various levels. These include, for example, Sirmian, which was crowned as the Best White Wine in All of Italy by the renowned Italian wine guide Vini d’Italia from Gambero Rosso.
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    Naturnser Vinothek
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs
    New vinotheque with open wines, cocktails, coffee and small gourmet treats.
    Countryside Fare
    Nalserbacherkeller
    Tisens/Tesimo, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Nalserbacherkeller is not far from Nals, on the road towards Prissian and Tisens. The Pallweber family will spoil you in the comfortable cellar or under the vines in the open air. The kitchen offers tasty, varied food, hospitality and a friendly atmosphere. Home-distilled fruit schnaps will round off your meal! Open from the start of April until the end of June from Thursday to Sunday and from the start of August until mid-December from Thursday to Monday. Opening times: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 4.00 pm to midnight, weekdays from 5.00 pm to midnight. Advance booking desired.
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    Niedereggerhut
    Olang/Valdaora, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    This tranquil ski hut belongs to the eposymous Niederegger Hof farm and is one of the most popular places when it comes to farm holidays in the Valdaora area. Located right next to the final slope down into the valley towards the "Gassl", the cosy farmhouse offers overnight accommodation but is also worth a detour to enjoy a welcome break. The restaurant places the emphasis on Tyrolean specialities.
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    H. Lentsch Winery
    Bronzolo/Branzoll, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Nestled between mountains and orchards, flanked by olive trees and ancient cypresses in the sun-drenched south of South Tyrol, the H. Lentsch winery is located in Branzoll.

    About half of the 20-hectare cultivation area of the old estate is vineyards, thriving under optimal conditions due to their location on a large alluvial cone. Porous porphyry soil, which stores warmth during the day and releases it at night, along with natural ice holes, create a unique, natural microclimate.

    Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and the classic Lagrein find ideal growing conditions on the warm, sandy-stony soils. In harmony with natural conditions, for generations, the vines have been carefully tended and cultivated through meticulous manual labor.

    The distinctive, fruity wines offer the highest enjoyment for discerning palates. The longevity of these wines has inspired the H. Lentsch winery to also fill large formats.

    Only grapes from their own vineyards, grown under optimal climatic conditions, are processed for the wines. Full-bodied and powerful, elegant and fresh, they stand out for their longevity.
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    Ebner Winery
    Barbian/Barbiano, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    In the 1930s, the Ebnerhof in Campodazzo was purchased as a ticket to freedom. Today, it is the realm of Brigitte and Florian Unterthiner, who since 2013 have been making the grapes from their vineyards into wine completely on their own. And that, too, is a form of freedom.

    Josef, Florian’s grandfather, was the first Unterthiner to be a farmer at the Ebnerhof in Campodazzo. His family purchased the farm in order to bring an early end to his military service in Rome. Indispensable as a farmer, Josef was provided with his discharge papers, he was allowed to return to Alto Adige, and he could build an existence at the Ebnerhof.

    Since that time, a great deal has occurred at the farm (and not just there). The two generations after Josef lent a hand here, devoted themselves to winegrowing with heart and soul, the basis of which is 4.5 hectares of grape growing areas on a rock terrace above Campodazzo at the southernmost edge of the Valle Isarco. “Our red wine varieties grow on the southern slopes, and the white wine grapes are on the well-ventilated southeastern locations,” explains Florian Unterthiner.

    The Unterthiners manage their vineyards gently. Only cow manure is used as fertilizer, herbicides are completely avoided, and the grapevines are irrigated only in situations of drought stress. “In that way, they get all of the nutrients from deep down in the soil, which supports the root system of the vines,” Unterthiner says.

    And work in the winery is similarly consistent. “With the preparation of the wine, it is important for us to test the boundaries without going beyond them,” the winegrower from the Ebnerhof says. “We trust our experience and our feeling and in that way create wines that are profound, full-bodied, and well structured.”
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    Nusserhof
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    An estate winery in the midst of the city? The Nusserhof is precisely that. Its areas of cultivation lie in Piani di Bolzano and in Costa di Sotto. Heinrich Mayr and his daughter Gloria work here under strict procedures, which in plain language means: only with indigenous grape varieties and organically certified since 1994.

    Just the father-daughter team already shows that the Nusserhof is a pure family-run operation. Heinrich and Gloria function as agronomists, oenologists, sales force, and office managers at the same time. That is also possible because with four hectares, the grape growing areas of the Nusserhof are manageable.

    The head boss Heinrich Mayr speaks of “harmonious vineyards” and of “warm, airy soils” on the Isarco River on which he grows exclusively indigenous grape varieties: Blatterle, Lagrein, Schiava, and Teroldego. when asked about his goals for the estate winery, Mayr responds, “Our goal is to completely exhaust their potential and to increase even further the quality of our wines through adapted cultivation and winemaking methods.” So already today, the bar has been set high. Thus the Mayrs place great value upon the highest quality of the grapes, low yields, and a long aging of the wines in barrel and bottle. The result is structured, mineral-rich, elegant, lasting wines that are not heavy with a moderate alcohol content – “very personal wines,” as Mayr says.

    And by the way: the Nusserhof is the home farm of the beatified resistance figure, Josef Mayr-Nusser.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Neuhütt Alm
    Aldein/Aldino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    In the middle of untouched natural landscape lies the Neuhüttalm at 1,791m above Aldein. It is a great hiking area with super views. The Neuhütt team provides fresh, homemade dishes and traditional South Tyrolean food.
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    Niederhof
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Enjoy farm produce like real bacon from Almschwein, salami, smoked sausage, dried meat (beef), alpine cheese, eggs, milk, bread, jams, juices and much more.
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    Naturnserhof
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs
    Traditional cuisine with fresh local products, South Tyrolean specialities and delicacies from both culinary cultures, are a big deal in our house. Home made food with the right touch of refinement: as a “village guesthouse” with tradition, the food needs to do justice to its history and reputation. Obviously with a well assorted wine-cellar. Because here, grapes are kissed by the sun.
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    Noafer
    Jenesien/San Genesio Atesino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Noafer in Cologna (San Genesio) is known for miles around as an inn and estate winery. It is located on the southwestern slope of Monzoccolo on a sunny, flat, natural terrace at an elevation of 770 meters [2,530 feet] above sea level and – also because of this unique location – it is a favorite destination for an excursion. Not everyone who stops in for a refreshing drink or a bite to eat realizes that 2.7 hectares (6.7 acres) of vineyards also belong to the estate.

    Within that context, the roots of the farmhouse reach far back. As early as the Middle Ages, Noafer was one of the farms supplying the nearby Greifenstein Castle, so at that time, it had to provide the broadest possible palette of products. Today, the farm is run by Andreas Lamprecht, and the inn of the same name by his sister, Maria Lamprecht.

    Andreas is responsible for the farm and the winegrowing. He makes use of the ideal location of his vineyard, which profits from both the mild temperatures of the Adige Valley and the high elevation. These ensure that the soils, vines, and grapes can cool down at night, even in the middle of summer. “In the autumn, shortly before the harvest, the temperature differentials between day and night are especially tangible, which lends our wines a lot of aroma and a lively freshness,” Lamprecht explains.

    When the Noafer grower speaks of “our wines”, then he means Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Schiava (Vernatsch), Zweigelt, Sauvignon Blanc, and Pinot Grigio – a thoroughly impressive assortment that is grown by Noafer in Cologna (San Genesio) and then makes its way to the wine list of the Noafer inn. Much to the pleasure of the guests.
    Countryside Fare
    Wenzlhof
    Tirol/Tirolo, Meran/Merano and environs
    A very warm welcome to the Wenzlhof! We look forward to indulging you with hearty dishes and typical South Tyrolean specialties. Our farmhouse tavern, which is in a sunny spot at the heart of Tirolo, is the perfect place to recharge your batteries and enjoy a bite to eat. Look forward to meeting good company over a glass of our home-made wine, plus a hearty Marende, a traditional snack of cold meat, cheese and bread on a wooden board. Our playground offers plenty of fun for our younger guests. Whilst your children let off steam to their hearts' content, you can make the most of the peace and quiet and the view from our terrace!
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    Feines Eckl - Fein Dining Restaurant
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Welcome, a fine dining experience with a young spirit. Come to visit us at Feines Eck’l and enjoy a wonderful culinary evening on the Ritten. Located just a half hour away from Bolzano, "Feines Eck’l" offers breathtaking views of the Dolomites. We present an innovative menu with locally sourced ingredients paired with delicious wines from all Europe.
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    Wirtshaus Vögele
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Welcome to the traditional VÖGELE RESTAURANT, a gem in the heart of Bolzano. From a cozy morning chat over cappuccino and pastries still warm from the oven to a business lunch or dinner in the tastefully decorated Biedermeier rooms or an evening spent socializing with friends under the night sky – these are just some of the many things that set the Vögele apart!
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    Messnerhof Winery
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Bernhard Pichler wanted to not only produce grapes, he wanted to keep the production of wine in his own hands from the vine to the labeling of the bottle. He has been doing so since 2003 at the Messnerhof in Bolzano and knows, “If the quality is good, then that is to our credit, and if sometimes something goes wrong, then we are just as responsible for it.”

    Pichler is not the first one to make wine at the Messnerhof in Bolzano/San Pietro. Rather, they were producing wine themselves there up to the postwar period, after which the Pichlers concentrated upon the production of grapes. That is, until Bernhard came along. With the step to being independent, he realized a childhood dream.

    The foundation of the wine production at the Messnerhof is formed by two vineyards. The first is located in Missiano in the community of Appiano, and at 0.8 hectares, it is only about half as big as the other one, which is found on a sunny slope with a southwestern exposure around the farmhouse in San Pietro. The climate is ideal at both locations. “Warm and then cooler winds provide prominent temperature fluctuations between day and night, which is optimal for the formation of aromas in the grapes,” Pichler says.

    Within that context, the assortment of grapes is a broad one: Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Merlot, Syrah, Tempranillo, Schiava, Lagrein, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Petit Verdot are grown and then made into wine according to a clear guiding principle: “Our goal is to produce expressive wines,” Pichler says, “which preserve their independent characters of variety, location, and vintage.”
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    NaveS Konsum Prettau/Predoi
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    Welcome in our small Cafè! Opening times: MON-SAT 07.30 - 12.00 and 15.00 - 18.30, Wednesday and Saturday afternoon closed

    SUN 09.00 - 12.00

    Closed on holidays.

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    Azienda Agricola Haderburg
    Salorno/Salurn, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    One farm in Pochi, another in Chiusa, plus grapevines in Termeno and Cortaccia: under the roof of the Haderburg Estate Winery in Salorno, variety reigns, and at the same time a leitmotif: the entire estate is run biodynamically. “That means that we correspondingly follow the rules of life and also take into consideration the forces which are in the materials and have an effect upon them,” explains Alois Ochsenreiter, proprietor of the Haderburg Estate Winery in Salorno.

    It is obvious that the biodynamics have their effect first and foremost upon the animals that are kept at and around the estate, but also with the selection of the preparations with which the soil and vines are treated. For instance, medicinal herbs but also dung and silicon are utilized, all of them natural substances, which are put to use on the nearly 13 hectares of grape growing areas.

    These are divided between the Hausmannhof in Pochi and the Obermairlhof in Chiusa, as well as vineyards in Termeno and Cortaccia. What emerges is a product line consisting of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Sylvaner, Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Müller Thurgau, Pinot Grigio, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon.
    And as if that were not enough special features, the Haderburg Estate Winery serves up another one: for nearly fifty years, sparkling wine has been produced here, and specifically with the classic méthode champenoise bottle fermentation process with maturation periods of two to eight years. “In order to remove the residual yeast, the bottles are turned by hand and disgorged,” explains Ochsenreiter, who adds, “Up to the final topping off and sealing, we pick up each bottle more than forty times.” A great deal of effort for very special enjoyment.
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    Castle Rametz Winery
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Rametz Castle Estate Winery in Merano has one of the richest traditions in the province. There is documentary evidence of wine grapes having been grown here since 1227, and Pinot Noir since 1860. Why is that worthy of mention? It’s quite simple: those at Rametz Castle were the first Pinot Noir vines in all of Alto Adige.

    The fact that wine grapes have been grown here for almost 800 years is not by chance: the climate in Merano is ideal, and the soils on the moraine hill upon which the manor stands are water-permeable. These conditions are also still made use of today, with the 10 hectares of grape growing areas around Maretz Castle being planted with Pinot Noir, Riesling, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapevines are supported for the most part with Guyot trellises, although with a special feature: “We use only posts made from weather-resistant chestnut wood, and in the castle vineyard, we avoid the use of concrete posts that are broadly utilized elsewhere today,” explains general manager Stanislaus Schmid.

    What is also special are the cellars in which the harvest from the castle’s own vineyards are made into wine. The large cellar originated in the eighteenth century, is made entirely of stone blocks, and without a doubt is among the most beautiful cellars in the entire province. “This is where we keep the large oak barrels, while in the small cellar from the twelfth century, the valuable barrique wines in small oak casks are matured.” So at the Rametz Castle Estate Winery in Merano, history and tradition meet the visitor at every turn. And also at the level of a museum, since for decades now, tools and equipment from winegrowing and winemaking have been collected here. Just the Winemaking Museum alone is worth a visit.
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    Winery Castel Sallegg
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    The castle, the historic vineyards, the 1000-year-old cellar: The narrative at Castel Sallegg is of archdukes, counts and a long winegrowing tradition, of history and enjoyment and of our bond with Lake Caldaro. Come and discover exciting things from our past, accompanied by clear and bright wines from our cellar in the present. Guided visits upon request: Tel. +39 3487399405, info@castelsallegg.it
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    Nepomuk Restaurant Pizzeria
    Sterzing/Vipiteno, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs
    True to the motto “a good kitchen is the foundation to happiness” our kitchen staff fascinates our guests with various fresh and tasty delicacies. The finest ingredients are refined into traditional South Tyrolean and Italian dishes.
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    Nico's Sportbar
    Terenten/Terento, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    Bar in the Sport grounds in Terento/Terenten.
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    Ebnerhof
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    We offer our guests rooms with every possible comfort, outdoor swimming pool, sunbathing lawn and holiday apartments. Enjoy our rich breakfast buffet or our wines which are of our own production while sitting on the sun-terrace in front of a truly magnificent view. Our barbeque abd Torggl-evenings (chestnuts and new-wine) will give you a chance of making new frieds. We will be happy to welcome you. Fam. Ebner
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    Wein & Sektlaube Kössler
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    In our wine-shop, the "Wein- & Sektlaube KÖSSLER" at the Piazza San Paolo you can taste and buy all wines. Speck, cheese and south tyrolean bread - a typical in-between meal of the area Oltradige - accompagny when possible, the visit in our house.
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    Williamshütte mountain hut
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    The Williams mountain hut is at the mountain station of the Florian Lift in Saltria, Seiser Alm.
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    Tenuta Kornell
    Terlan/Terlano, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    A lovely manor, a wine history going back more than seven hundred years, and the history of the settlement dating back a full two thousand years: all of that may be found at the Kornellhof in Settequerce, which has been run by Florian Brigl since 1996. For nearly twenty years now, he has made his own wines and has set himself the goal of creating an Alto Adige Super Merlot.

    The basis for the wine production at Kornellhof is formed by the vineyards of the Brigl family, 11 hectares at elevations from 270 to 550 meters in Settequerce, Appiano-Monte, and Gries. “Our grapes enjoy more than 2,100 hours of sunshine per year, while cool nights provide the temperature differentials that lend them their prominent character,” Brigl explains.

    The grapes that are pampered in this way form the foundation for the wines of the Kornellhof. After fermentation in stainless steel tanks, they are aged for 14 to 18 months in small oak casks and large oak barrels. Before they can be sold, though, they age again for nearly ten months in the bottle. In addition to Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Gewürztraminer along with Lagrein and Cabernet Sauvignon, Brigl focuses above all else on Merlot, with which he pursues an ambitious goal: to create a Super Merlot, an Alto Adige Pomerol which will serve as the calling card of the Kornellhof.

    So there are no sour grapes in the process at the Kornellhof. Brigl considers working with them to be a privilege. And a guiding force: “For me, Kornell means home, this is my pole of calm,” he says, adding, “The estate winery also has to continue to be both home and a source of energy for our children and future generations.”
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