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Törggelen in Eisacktal

Autumn has come and in Eisacktal that means traditional food and new wine - finally it is the season of the Törggelen.

When fall begins people here say that the fifth season is starting, the season when chestnuts and new wine become the real table's protagonists . From the beginning of October to the middle of November restaurants offer to their guests new wine, chestnuts and speck, all  matched with the typical south tyrolean dishes. Not to be missed are, after eating, the beautiful romantic walks through the fall colored woods.

In Eisacktal the history of the harvest evenings (Törggelen) is a long one and they are mostly celebrated in small villages on the sunny hills of the valley. See here which the best harvest evening farms in Eisacktal are.

Moar zu Viersch in Feldthurns

The farm Moar zu Viersch is situated below Verdings near the village of Feldthurns and it is a typical Törggelen farm. Moar zu Viersch is located at the Chestnut-trail, which collects all the chestnut-areas of Eisacktal Valley. After a excursion on this marvelous trail there is nothing better than some relaxing hours whit friends and families in a nice snuggery, tasting new wine, roasted chestnuts and more specialties from Eisacktal Valley. The friendly hosts guarantee a warm and comfortable ambience for an evening full of pleasure. Phone: +39 0472 855 489.

Putzerhof in Lajen

The Putzerhof farm is situated in the idyllic hamlet Ried near Lajen and it’s a very loved location by excursionists: many excursions pass by the Putzerhof farm (like  the one from Waidbruck on path 35; 45  minutes) and it hardly possible to pass there without entering and eating something. In autumn the Putzerhof serves harvest-evening-menues with spare-rips, cabbage and chestnuts. The menu is accompanied by an excellent Portugieser wine and self-made juices. What a delicacy! The Red Rooster Gourmet Guide recommends the Putzerhof, too. Phone: +39 0471 655 785.

Hubenbauer in Vahrn

The Hubenbauer farm was first mentioned in 1614 and today it is one of the most popular harvest evenings farms in whole Brixen and surroundings. The Stolz family offers self-made bacon, sausages, bread, mead and wine and cooks in a very traditional farmers' way. Eating under the shadow of grapes or in the lovely cellar is a very romantic experience. You will surely appreciate it! Phone: +39 0472 830 051.

Winklerhof in Villanders

Last but not least we want mentioning the Winklerhof in Villanders, a very special tip for who loves really traditional harvest evenings. Phone: +39 0472 843 105.

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