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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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    Altrei/Anterivo, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Old renovated farmhouse with restaurant and room hire.
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    Innichen/San Candido, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    In our traditional restaurant we spoil with typical specialties that are prepared with many products from our own farm. On reservation!
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    Pasticceria Konditorei Klemens
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    Delicious cakes, fine pastries and fragrant bread, accompanied by delicious coffee aroma and delicate chocolates to sweeten your day. Every day a rich selection of fresh bread and cakes of fine pastry.
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    It may well sound like a cliché, but: when one door closes, another one opens. When transferred to the Kandlerhof in Santa Maddalena/Bolzano: when in the late 1960s, grape buyers were putting the financial screws on, the Spornberger family decided to make their own wine. And that’s how success stories begin.

    But the roots of this success story of the Kandlerhof in Santa Maddalena/Bolzano reach far deeper. As early as 1278, the estate already existed which, in the eighteenth century, was renamed “Kandler” because this is where a tinsmith (in German, “Kandler”) carried out his handicraft. The Spornberger family took over the estate from him in 1793, and since that time it has remained in the possession of the family.

    Gregor Spornberger made the switch from pure grape production to winemaking and to being one of the forerunners of the increased use of machines in Alto Adige winegrowing. He hands over the Kandlerhof in Santa Maddalena/Bolzano to his son Martin, who learned the work by hand in winegrowing and oenology from the very bottom up, all the way to his university degree.

    In 2023, the generational story continues. Martin has passed the farm on to his son Hannes. The trained winemaker is full of thirst for action. You can already taste his more modern interpretation of the wines.

    In addition the two hectares of grape growing areas in Santa Maddalena, which are planted with the indigenous red wine varieties of Schiava and Lagrein, with Merlot, and with the white variety Sauvignon Blanc, the current project covers 2.5 hectares and is located in the municipality of Fiè allo Sciliar. A new farm site, acquired in 2020, is being completely converted from livestock farming (pastures) to viticulture. The farm is located at an altitude of over 700 m above sea level. It is a south-facing site with very calcareous soils. Chardonnay is the main variety there. The first wines will be on the market in a few years.

    St. Michael-Eppan Winery
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    With the founding of the Cantina Produttori San Michele Appiano in 1907, an eventful success story began, and today the name stands for great wines and extraordinary quality. The 320 members of the cooperative winery work their vineyards in harmony with nature, and the secret to their success is the combination of decades of experience and constantly striving for perfection. The unique terroir, the respectful dealing with the grapes, and careful processing guarantee unique wines filled with character. In particular, the vineyards in and around Appiano offer the ideal conditions for varieties such as Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Yellow Muscat, and Pinot Noir.

    But for well-structures red wines, outstanding small vineyards are found at lower elevations and along the Wine Route. The mild and sunny climate forms the basis for the unique quality of the wines. Today, San Michele-Appiano is one of the most renowned wineries in Alto Adige and Italy, with wines winning prizes both within the country and abroad. Experts attribute finesse, elegance, depth, and longevity to the wines from the Cantina Produttori San Michele Appiano.

    These qualities are just as valid for both the winery’s larger productions, such as the “Sanct Valentin” line, and for the super selections, such as APPIUS and “The Wine Collection”. With them, San Michele-Appiano has made a name for itself around the globe.
    K.Martini & Sohn
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Anyone who has been passionately active in the wine sector for a long time wants to put their own stamp on wines at some point. That may be at their own risk, but in fact also with their own signature. That is precisely what the Martini family has done, and it was now more than forty years ago that the K. Martini & Sohn Winery in Cornaiano was brought to life.

    The K in K. Martini & Sohn stands for the father Karl Martini, who founded the winery in 1979 with his son Gabriel, and specifically in the middle of their own vineyards in the winegrowing village of Cornaiano, which belongs to the community of Appiano. At that time, both father and son had already made their careers in the sector, so they brought along the necessary know-how and the experience regarding wine that was essential for their success.
    In spite of that, the step to being on their own was not an easy one: “Building up the winery was a hard piece of work,” Gabriel Martini recounts today. “We filled, sealed, and labeled the first bottles by hand.”

    Because they were well aware of their size (or lack thereof), they understood themselves at K. Martini & Sohn from the very beginning to be a small but fine operation that focuses not only on comprehensive and friendly service, but also above all else on quality. “That alone justifies the existence of a small family operation,” says Martini.
    In addition, it is built upon a palette of wines that is astonishingly large for a small operation which today comprises four lines and ranges from Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Pinot Noir to Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Schiava, and Lagrein all the way to Yellow Muscat and Red Muscat.
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    Konditorei Peter Paul
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    A pastry shop after everyone's fancy.
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    Cheese dairy Saltner Schwaige Saltria
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    The family-run hut offers Tyrolean cuisine in a pleasant atmosphere. The Saltner hut is situated close to the Florian ski slope and the Saltria bus stop.
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    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena
    Bar, après-ski, snacks, beers
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    Kalterer Weinstube
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Good cuisine at good price – perfect for families, business lunches, meetings and seminars. Groups are welcome. Parking area available on site.
    Cantina Colterenzio
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Founded in 1960, the Colterenzio winery is one of the youngest winegrowers’ cooperative in Alto Adige. In 1960, 26 winegrowers founded their own winery to be more independent – and named it after the hamlet they came from: Schreckbichl in German, Colterenzio in Italian. These winegrowers can be considered rebels but at the same time pioneers for right after the foundation of their own winery they were setting the course towards quality.

    Today, 300 winegrowers together with the people working at Colterenzio continued this path.

    The winegrowers grow their grapes on a total of 300 hectares; the vineyards are located in one of the best wine growing areas of Alto Adige, on altitudes from 230 to 650 meters. 14 different varieties are cultivated. 35% of the wines at Colterenzio are red, 65% are white. The Colterenzio winery cares about the environment, not only in the vineyards, but also in the cellar. In the vineyard this means sustainable viticulture and handpicked grapes. In the winery itself most of the electric energy used in the winery is supplied by a photovoltaic installation, 100% of the electric power is certified green and 70% of hot water requirements is provided by solar panels and a heat recovery system.
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    Kiosk Soini Quinto & sons
    Bronzolo/Branzoll, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Along the main road between the villages Bronzolo and Ora on the left side of the street there is the kiosk named Soini. Here you can find many products like local wine, fresh apples, homemade apple- and grape juice and elder syrup. We sell also speck, honey, cheese, dried fruits from the region. On request we prepare in our Bar Soini also breakfast or a snack.
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    Kuhleitenhütte Mountain hut
    Hafling/Avelengo, Meran/Merano and environs
    Original and cosy with food available all day. An „insider tip“ for all those who want to sit and enjoy nature and landscape with a nice meal and a glass of fresh alpine milk. The Kuhleiten hut is open during the whole summer and winter season and easily reachable for everyone on a comfortable hike from the upper ropeway station and the circulating cableway.
    Warm meals all day long.
    Open daily over the Christmas holidays, Thursday - Sunday from mid-January (Thursday & Friday until 23.00).
    Ice cream parlor
    Confectionery Alex
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Delicious fresh baked goods, ice cream cakes, pralines and chocolate from our own confectionery. The sale is effected by the ice cream parlour café Trude.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Cheese dairy Plattkofel mountaint hut
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    Il nostro rifugio è situato nel mezzo delle Dolomiti, vicino al Sasso Piatto, a 2200 m di altitudine. La sua costruzione è rinnovata nel 2016. Godetevi il sole sul nostro terrazzo o rifrescatevi nella nostra “Stube”. Oltre ai piatti tipici altoatesini fatti in casa, Le offriamo i prodotti della nostra latteria.
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    Winery Kellerei Kaltern - winecenter
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    In a pleasant ambience, the winecenter of the Kellerei Kaltern offers the possibility to taste and purchase the excellent wines of the Kellerei Kaltern and their partners. Wine tasting and purchase also at the shop in via delle Cantine/Kellereistraße 12. Opening hours: Spring: From Monday to Friday from 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. Sunday closed; July to October: From Monday to Friday from 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm; Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Winter: Monday to saturday from 10 am to 6 pm.
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    Kiosk Tanner
    Kuens/Caines, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Kiosk Tanner snack station is situated between Riffian/Rifiano and Tirol/Tirolo, where it's been open for about 50 years. Shopping is quick and easy. Help yourself to our drinks & snacks at the bar. At our shop, you can buy HOFER'S SPECKSTUBEN quality delicatessen products, as well as wines, distillates, liqueurs, fresh fruit & vegetables.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Kuchlålm Alp
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs
    Beneath the Hohe & Kleine Kreuzspitze peaks, the Kuchlålm refuge above Stuls/Stulles is a friendly and welcoming family-run mountain hut. We specialise in homemade South Tyrolean cuisine. An ideal hiking destination for all ages. Pram & stroller friendly. Kuchlålm Alp (1,835 m) Starting point: Stuls/Stulles, parking area Raffein ¦ Stuls/Stulles ¦ Jaufenpass mountain pass, "Römerkehre" Hiking trail number: 16 ¦ 16a+16b ¦ 12a+12+16 Difference in altitude: 200 m ¦ 500 m ¦ 420 m (ascent) 570 m (descent) Walking time: 45 minutes ¦ 2 hours ¦ 2 hours 45 minutes Difficulty level: medium Opening hours: middle of June - end of September Closing day: Monday + Tuesday Accessible by baby carriage (from Raffein) - playground
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    Ratschings/Racines, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs
    Starting point: Flading, Racines di Dentro (1.482m) The mountain pasture Klammalm can be reached via Flading. You can either drive to the valley by car or walk across the Ratschinger Almenweg to the end of the valley. Walking time Bichl-Flading: approx. 1,5 hrs. from Flading you reach the Klammalm, following the marked trail no. 12 to the mountain pasture. Alternative: reachable also across the Ratschinger Almenweg Tip: various homemade strudels
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    Vadena/Pfatten, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Let us welcome you on our fantastic terrace directly on the lake shore and enjoy our delicious meals and the well selected South Tyrolean wines. In the afternoon you will be spoiled with fresh apple strudel and home made cakes and have a taste of a wide range of ice creams. In summer time there is life - music on Tuesdays evenings and dinner with BBQ on Fridays in July and August.
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    Kurhaus Grill Restaurant
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Kurhaus restaurant is located directly on the Passer Promenade and is the perfect place to enjoy an excellent grilled meat, combined with Mediterranean cuisine, in an Art Nouveau ambience. Delicious vegetarian dishes, gastronomic rarities and gourmet dishes are also on the menu.
    Cantina Girlan
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Sometimes it’s best to let figures speak for themselves. With the Cornaiano Winery, for instance, which was founded in 1923 as a cooperative, today two hundred winegrowing families cultivate 230 hectares of grape growing area and concentrate on five varieties. Figures that are impressive but do not tell the whole story.
    They don’t say everything, for example, about the Oltradige and Bassa Atesina, those zones in which the vineyards of the Cornaiano Cooperative Winery are located. Protected to the north and open to the south, a mild climate dominates here. “The high temperature differentials between day and night, above all else in the autumn, lend the wines a fine, prominent aroma and the capability to last long,” explains winemaker Gerhard Kofler. Infertile gravel as well as loamy soils and vineyards with a good airflow make their contribution.

    “Starting out from these characteristics of our area of cultivation, our focus is on five leading varieties,” says Kofler: with the white wines, these are Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay, and with the reds Schiava and Pinot Noir. It is above all the latter which has bestowed great international attention upon the Cornaiano Winery, winning praise year after year from leading wine critics.

    This recognition, along with the mineral-rich freshness, fruity structure, and prominent authenticity have led to the wines of the Cornaiano Winery having acquired a worldwide market, being sold in no fewer than thirty countries in the world. What are esteemed are wines with character or, as Kofler puts it, down-to-earth top wines.
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    Köhl'n Keller
    Tirol/Tirolo, Meran/Merano and environs
    The historical tavern in the centre of Tirolo Enjoy the unique interior under protection of historical importance. Enjoy tasty beer, local wines and traditional food
    St. Pauls Winery
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The imposing church, which also decorates their logo, is a witness to the importance which the town had in the Late Middle Ages – not least because of the favorite wines from the area. At that time, San Paolo was the main village in Oltradige, and even today, historical winegrowing farmhouses line the picturesque lanes.

    Top wines are now produced, such as Sanctissimus, made from Pinot Blanc vines that are more than one hundred years old, or the Praeclarus sparkling wine, which is aged to perfection in a bunker from the Second World War. A total of two hundred winegrowing families tend 185 hectares of vineyards at elevations ranging from 300 to 700 m above sea level. In 2019, they completely redid their product line. Allow yourself to be surprised!
    Unterwirt Winery
    St.Martin in Passeier/San Martino in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs
    There is a vineyard in the Passiria Valley. One single one. It belongs to the Unterwirt Winery of the Martinerhof in S. Martino, by which the Fontana and Schweigl families have expanded their universe that previously consisted of a beer experience hotel, pizzeria, and in-house brewery. At the same time, they brought back to life an inn in which Tyrolean freedom fighter Andreas Hofer came and went.

    The Unterwirt Winery of the Martinerhof carries two names at once. That of the Martinerhof is used because it is a part of the gastronomy world around the farmhouse, but it is also right at home with Unterwirt. The inn was first mentioned in a document in 1694, and it was renovated in 2012. “Because the vineyard of the neighboring Hianhof is the first one in the valley and also the only one, we set up a winery in the Unterwirt, and also to breathe new life into the establishment,” says Florian Fontana.

    A remarkable assortment of wines are produced in the winery today. They range from Schiava and Pinot Noir to Sylvaner and all the way to Kerner and Pinot Blanc. So even though there is only one estate winery in the Passeier Valley, its results can easily be seen. And speaking of being seen: at the Unterwirt Winery of the Martinerhof, experience tours are also offered.

    Even if the significance of winegrowing in the Passiria Valley is easy to understand, the importance of the wine there is not. Andreas Hofer, the Tyrolean hero from this valley, was a wine dealer and wine connoisseur. Perhaps it is also for that reason that before his execution by Napoleon’s troops in 1810, he ordered, “For all good friends, there will be soup and meat at the Unterwirt, along with a half bottle of wine.”
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