Törggelen in the Eisacktal valley

How does autumn taste?

In the colourful late summer and Mediterranean autumn, South Tyrolean’s so called “Buschenschänke” pubs get packed with people. “Törggelen” lets gourmets sit together in the pubs and brings lots of delicacies on the tables. The name of the custom “Törggelen” derives from the Torggl, the wine press. The tradition is about the tasting of the young wine, the “Nuin”. In the past, people visited each other to taste the new wine. For this reason, people were wandering from “Torggl” to “Torggl”.

Especially in the Eisacktal valley, with its many chestnut trees, Törggelen is lived with passion. And also in our hotel we want you to take part in this tradition. Steaming Schlutzkrapfen (filled pasta), tasty sausages, Sauerkraut (pickled cabbage), Krapfen (pastries) and of course a handful of “Keschtn” (chestnuts) as desert will spoil your mouth. And not to forget, all this food will be accompanied by lots of animating wine. 

                    

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