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    Local producers and farm shops in Brixen/Bressanone and environs

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    Organic winery Zöhl
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Tasting & wine tasting from May to November, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.00 am (duration: 1.5 2 hours). Registration required: Tel. +39 0472 847 400 - Mobil +39 335 130 57 28

    Speciality Organic cultivation The grapes Sylvaner 45% Gewürztraminer 40% Müller Thürgau 10% Blauer Portugieser 5% The wines Sylvaner Gewürztraminer Aurum Regius Offers Tasting sessions on request

    Production facilities, farm shops
    Schmiedthof – biological herbs
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Tea, spices and lovely gift ideas from a sunny cultivation on the Mount Plose. Lovingly cultivated and harvested by hand. Distinct aroma and high quality are guaranteed.

    Local traditional products
    Vineyard Garlider
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    In Feldthurns, which lies just above Klausen, nestles the winery Garlider which has a breathtaking view over the whole of the Eisack valley and is surrounded by the impressive mountains of South Tyrol. Christian Kerschbaumer, along with his parents, his wife Veronika and their children Anna, Elisa, Philipp and Manuela cultivates his 4 hectares of vineyards and produces five excellent white wines and one red variety – the only Pinot Noir produced in the South Tyrolean Eisack valley: Grüner Veltliner Sylvaner Ruländer (Pinot Grigio) Müller Thurgau Gewürztraminer Blauburgunder

    Production facilities, farm shops
    Pertinger Herde
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Pertinger Herde is a kitchen store with the main store at Vahrn/Varna

    Local traditional products
    Winery Röck
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Isarco-Eisack Valley is the birthplace of the tradition of the Törggelen outings– hiking up to a farmhouse to enjoy grilled pork, roasted chestnuts, and just-fermented wine. This old tradition arose when the new wine was tasted by farmers and wine merchants between early October and early December. And at the Röck Estate Winery, this tradition has been right at home for a very long time. Along with the year’s new wine or also 750ml bottles from prior vintages, typical dishes and the farm’s own products are served. And no typical Törggelen evening at the Röck Estate Winery would draw to a close without a shot of schnapps or grappa. Konrad Augschöll discovered the passion and tradition of schnapps distilling many years ago, and he has made it a reality with an adventurous spirit. 

    A typical Törggelen menu at the Röck Estate Winery

    • Cutting board of speck farmer’s bacon from the farm’s own hogs and homemade Graukäse aged Tyrolean gray cheese from skim milk
    • First course trio (Schlutzkrapfen ravioli, Tyrolean Knödel cheese dumplings and spinach dumplings) or barley soup
    • Meat plate (cured pork, homemade sausage, grilled pork ribs, sauerkraut) and potato fritters
    • Sweet Villanders fritters with poppy seed, walnut, plum, lingonberry, or apple filling
    • Roasted chestnuts
    • Shot of schnapps

    2 dining rooms, holding 15 or 30 people
    Opening hours: Late September to Early December (Thu.-Sun.)

    The Röck Estate Winery is situated on the slopes of Villanders Mountain, in the northernmost winegrowing zone of Italy, the Isarco-Eisack Valley, which is internationally renowned for its white wines. As an estate winegrower in Alto Adige-South Tyrol, Konrad Augschöll works 3 hectares (7 acres) and produces typical Isarco Valley varieties on sandy soils mixed with slate. With the winegrowing, particular attention is paid to sustainable measures of care in order to bring healthy and ripe grapes into the winery.

     

    Local traditional products
    Swiss Mountain Pine Oil Distillery
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Swiss Mountain Pine Oil Distillery on the Barbianer Alm has awoken from the winter sleep.

    In the last 25 years, this living museum has been operated solely on the basis of tradition and as a hobby.

    But the know how and craftsmanship to distill Swiss Mountain Pine Oil has been handed down from generation to generation. 

    That´s why we can produce Swiss Mountain Pine Oil and Swiss Stone Pine Oil of the highest quality, ethereal oils that help peope in a natural way.

     

     

    Production facilities, farm shops
    Distellery and Winery Spitalerhof
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Tasting sessions in the winery, open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 11am – 3pm. Grape varietals cultivated Sylvaner 20% Sauvignon blanc 5% Grüner Veltliner 15% Gewürztraminer 10% Müller Thurgau 20% Pinto Nero 20% Lagrein 10% Wine range Sylvaner “Sepp´s alte Rebe” Sauvignon Blanc Grüner Veltliner Pinot Nero Gewürztraminer Lagrein Sunhong white Sunhong red

    Production facilities, farm shops
    Cantina Valle Isarco
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Ancient nectars in a modern wine-shop.

    Wine is our speciality and our passion, and we wish to transfer this passion to you by allowing you to enjoy our quality wines in a pleasant and uncomplicated atmosphere.

    So here is our wine-shop, where the tasting – and purchase – of our noble wines will be a true pleasure. In the wine shop our assortment is showcased in the best possible way: the interior design is based on pleasant architectural shapes in natural materials such as wood and Bressanone granite, expressing the more typical features of an eminently wine-growing region such as Valle Isarco.

    Here you may taste noble nectars under the expert guidance of our enologists and obtain information about our winery, our vineyards and our wines. In the shop you will also find iPads with which to calmly and autonomously view each single wine and read about how our winery is organized.

    The wine shop is also paired with a “historical pathway” that you can follow to learn about the interesting vine-growing and wine-making past of our Valley.

    The history of wine in Valle Isarco.

    The Cantina Produttori Valle Isarco hosts a small, elegant wine museum that presents an interesting historical journey tracing the development of wine making in the Valle Isarco.
    Because of the special characteristics of the area and other favourable factors, the local wine making tradition dates back to prehistoric times. The  exhibit offers the visitor a quick overview of the development of wine production, with an accent on tradition and quality. Worth a special look are the real medieval tools used for wine making, lots of deeds and documents, wine bottles and art works that date back to different time periods but all have to do with wine. Guided tours can be booked.

    Production facilities, farm shops
    Farmshop Vintlerhof
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    Farmshop with organic fresh products and hand made products from the farm
    Local traditional products
    Radoarhof
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Radoar farm (850m) with its wide-reaching, age-old vines is one of the highest-altitude vineyards in the Alps.

    Beverages
    S`ladele Tschiedererhof
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    Welcome to the Tschiedererhof!

    Apples, wine, berries, vegetables and various fruits have been grown on our fields for generations.

    The farm shop that grandma started is enthusiastically run by her and the next generations.

    In our farm shop you will find all kinds of seasonal vegetables, lots of different fruits, eggs, jams and juices.

    We look forward to seeing you.
    Production facilities, farm shops
    Arredamtento Rogen
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The arredamento Rogen/Einrichtungshaus Rogen is a home center with own carpentry. Head office in Rio di Pusteria and it is open from Monday to Saturday.

    Local traditional products
    Apiary Josef Rinner - Hotel Birkenbrunn
    Natz-Schabs/Naz-Sciaves, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Josef Rinner Apiculture

    A Fascination for Bees
    When people hear the word 'Bee' they think of honey, or perhaps they recall the pain of a sting.
    My life as a beekeeper began when I was a child. Over the years I experienced the discomfort of a bee’s sting many times, yet I still retain a passion for these beautiful animals.
    Our family operates around eighty beehives and the quality of our honey is most important. We only harvest from honeycomb that is sealed by the bees for storage, so that the honey retains all the vital elements. Our honey is unblended and pure, and is certified with the ‘Extracted Honey’ quality label. Our honeycombs are free from larvae and residues, giving this premium quality honey a delicious unique flavour.


    Through the season we harvest the following types of honey:
    • Apple Honey
    • Spring flower Honey
    • Acacia Honey
    • Linden and Chestnut Tree Honey
    • Alps Flower Honey
    • Rhododendron Honey
    • Honeydew Honey
    • Fir Honey

    Other products from our apiculture include:
    • Raw Propolis
    • Comb Honey
    • Pollen
    • Beeswax Candles

     Member of the ‘Südtiroler Imkerbund’ for over 40 years
     Foundation member of the association ‘Südtiroler Apitherapiefreunde’ (South Tyrolean Apitherapy friends)

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