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[Translate to English:] Törggelen
[Translate to English:] Törggelen

Törggelen - the right way

Buschenschank (wine taverns)

"Buschen" as a distinctive sign

An authentic custom that can be experienced

They are recognisable by a "Buschen" (bouquet of green twigs) hanging above the entrance and are located along the Eisack Valley Chestnut Trail and in the classic wine and chestnut-growing areas of South Tyrol around Bolzano, in the Unterland and Überetsch regions, as well as in the Etsch Valley, the Burggrafenamt and the Völs area. What they have in common: They celebrate a South Tyrolean custom in an original way - only in autumn and in those places where grapes and chestnuts grow. All participating Buschenschänke also meet the quality criteria of the "Red Rooster" brand.

They are recognisable by a "Buschen" (bouquet of green twigs) hanging above the entrance and are located along the Eisack Valley Chestnut Trail and in the classic wine and chestnut-growing areas of South Tyrol around Bolzano, in the Unterland and Überetsch regions, as well as in the Etsch Valley, the Burggrafenamt and the Völs area. What they have in common: They celebrate a South Tyrolean custom in an original way - only in autumn and in those places where grapes and chestnuts grow. All participating Buschenschänke also meet the quality criteria of the "Red Rooster" brand.

 

The South Tyrolean Buschenschänke, which are part of the "Törggelen am Ursprung" initiative, offer homemade dishes, entirely home-produced wine and local chestnuts.

 

"Buschen" as a distinctive sign

They are recognisable by a "Buschen" (bouquet of green twigs) hanging above the entrance and are located along the Eisack Valley Chestnut Trail and in the classic wine and chestnut-growing areas of South Tyrol around Bolzano, in the Unterland and Überetsch regions, as well as in the Etsch Valley, the Burggrafenamt and the Völs area. What they have in common: They celebrate a South Tyrolean custom in an original way - only in autumn and in those places where grapes and chestnuts grow. All participating Buschenschänke also meet the quality criteria of the "Red Rooster" brand.

 

The typical Törggelemenu

At the autumnal Törggelen, guests are served the best of rural cuisine made from many farm products and prepared with much love. Typical dishes are: sausage soup, "Kasnocken" or "Schlutzer" as starters and a mixed meat platter with 'Surfleisch' (pork), spare ribs, various sausages, dumplings and sauerkraut as the main course. To finish, there are roasted chestnuts and sweet "Krapfen" (doughnuts) with a delicious filling - and perhaps a glass of home-made distillates.

 

Törggelen as it used to be

The "real" Törggele season begins with an opening festival on the first Saturday in October. At the official start of "Törggelen am Ursprung", all participating Buschenschänke light the so-called "Keschtn (chestnut) fire". Along with roasted chestnuts, homemade wines and a range of farm products, the farmers also open their farms for guided tours, wine tastings and more from 6 pm onwards. Each Buschenschank offers an activity where the hosts tell all kinds of stories about house and farm.

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Törggelen at the source

The criteria

[Translate to English:] Wein
Wine

from their own farm

[Translate to English:] Südtiroler Kastanien
Chestnuts

from South Tyrol

[Translate to English:] Bäuerliche Küche
Home-made dishes

according to the family recipe

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Pschnickerhof
Fam. Kainzwaldner  | Villanders  (Eisacktal valley)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products , Gewürztraminer grappa, Kaminwurzen, Müller-Thurgau grappa, Sauerkraut ...
Winklerhof
Fam. Fink  | Villanders  (Eisacktal valley)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products Silvaner, Cuvée of Vernatsch, Pinot Noir and Portugieser, 'Kaminwurzen' cured sausage, Blackcurrant cordial, Blackcurrant jam ...
Griesserhof
Fam. Huber  | Vahrn  (Eisacktal valley)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products Pinot Noir, Müller Thurgau DOC, Pear compote, Quince chutney, Sauerkraut ...
Luggin Steffelehof
Fam. Luggin  | Kaltern an der Weinstraße  (Bolzano and environs)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products 'Bella vita' liqueur, 'Liebeslikör' liqueur, Grappa, Odorus grappa made from dried grapes, apple brandy ...
4,5
"Ausgezeichnet"
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Oberlegar
Fam. Schwarz  | Terlan  (Bolzano and environs)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products Vernatsch, Sauvignon, Blackcurrant jam, Sauerkraut, Vanilla ice cream ...
4,0
"Super"
(3 Reviews)
Ebnicherhof
Fam. Tauferer  | Ritten  (Bolzano and environs)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products Vernatsch, Kerner, Blackcurrant jam, Chestnut cream, House sausages ...
Nalserbacherkeller
Fam. Pallweber  | Nals  (Meran and environs)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products Sauvignon, Vernatsch, Aniseed liqueur, Blackberry liqueur, Gentian liqueur ...
Oberpartegger
Fam. Johannes  | Villanders  (Eisacktal valley)
Typical Tyrolean wine tavern
Farm's own products Grappa, House sausages, Lingonberry jam, Quince chutney, Quince jam ...
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All about Törggelen

Exciting facts about the custom

The cultural heritage of Törggelen is closely linked to the farm's own wines and the history of the Buschenschänke. Here you can delve deeper into the subject and become a real Törggele professional.