Törggelen – a taste of the Eisacktal valley

Autumn is the time to explore the tastiest local specialities

The enchanting colours of autumn… Ripe apples and grapes hanging lusciously from the branches. Chestnuts falling from the trees. Mild, sunny days that are perfect for walking and cycling. And on top of it all, one of the most beloved (and indulgent) South Tyrolean traditions: Törggelen, a time to get together at local farmer inns and taverns and enjoy a hearty meal of seasonal local flavours and new wine.

Authentic Eisacktal Törggelen

A pleasant walk immersed in autumn’s colours followed by a stopover at a farmer’s inn to indulge with new wine, succulent traditional recipes and roasted chestnuts. Treat yourself to the authentic Törggelen experience in the Eisacktal valley, its place of origin.

Our grape harvest

We are winegrowers, so autumn is harvest time for us, too. This is when we bring the ripe grapes from our vineyards to the Eisacktaler winery for pressing.

A walk on the Chestnut Trail

From Tanovinum, you have direct access to the Chestnut Trail, a footpath that leads through woodland, fields and ancient chestnut groves. This is the perfect walk to fully enjoy nature’s autumnal colours and wonderful views.

Culinary events

The “Gassltörggelen” festival in Klausen, the bread and strudel market in Brixen and the Speck festival in Villnöss – these three indulgent events will bring you closer to South Tyrol’s culinary landscape.

Cherished traditions

Watch the cattle return to Latzfons from the summer pastures with the traditional festive parade, or head to Kastelruth for the autumn concert by Kastelruther Spatzen, a renowned local folk music band. Have a good time in original South Tyrolean style!

Peaceful November

In November, things become quiet and peaceful around here. This is the perfect time to explore South Tyrol’s best-known attractions – such as the Pragser Wildsee lake – without having to elbow your way through crowds.

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