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WineCulturePath in Marling

Wine lovers, attention please: The WineCulturePath in Marling near Meran allows you to learn more about the history and culture of wine growing in Meran. In the wineries and distilleries, there will also be interesting guided tours and tastings.

The wonderful trail is all about wine and goes around the centre of Marling, along the idyllic vineyards as well as different wineries and distilleries of the village. Wine lovers, connoisseurs and active gourmets will feel like in paradise when discovering the trail.

The WineCulturePath is about 4 km long, is a circular trail and offers several info steles with informative texts about different grape varieties as well as of wine history and wine culture in Marling. As well, the visitors will see figures and representations of wine-growing items, such as the “Pazeide”, a historical wine and measuring vessel, on the village square.

Ideally, an excursion on the WineCulturePath starts on the church square in Marling. Then, the path goes to Hotel Oberwirt, to Meran Winery and back to the village centre of Marling.

In the wineries along the WineCulturePath, wine lovers can participate in tastings and guided tours on request, upon prior notice in the relative company.

Wine excursion in Marling
Wine excursion in Marling

On the WinCulturePath in Marling, you will get insights into wine culture, enjoying a magnificent view of Meran and environs.

© Pertoll Damian Lukas - Tourismusverein Marling
Wine cellar in Marling
Wine cellar in Marling

In Marling, there are many wineries which are partially also open for visitors.

© Pertoll Damian Lukas - Tourismusverein Marling
Grape harvest
Grape harvest

The ripe grapes are carefully harvested and processed to exellent wines afterwards.

© Günther Pichler - Tourismusverein Marling
Wine & pleasure
Wine & pleasure

The excellent wines from Marling perfectly suit the Alpine and Mediterranean delicacies.

© Florian Andergassen - Tourismusverein Marling