"Roter Hahn” (South Tyrol ‘Roter Hahn’ farm holiday organization) invites you to their selected taverns to get to know about the ‘ Törggelen’ custom in an original way.
This is about the origins of ‘Törggelen’, which is the annual South Tyrol tradition of tasting the year’s new wine and eating local food in taverns).The event was was launched in order to re-establish a stronger connection between the cultural heritage of Törggelen and characteristic restaurants.You can enjoy ‘Törggelen’ in traditional taverns which serve their own wines, eat chestnuts from South Tyrol, and enjoy authentic farm dishes - and 30% of all these products come from the farms and farmlands themselves.
A total of 13 taverns reach the quality criteria of the "Roter Hahn" brand and participate in the initiative. They are located along the ‘Eisacktaler Keschtnweg’ (Eisacktal valley Chestnut Trail) and in the classic wine-growing areas of South Tyrol. What they have in common is that they celebrate a South Tyrolean custom in an original way - at the right time and in places where grapes and chestnuts grow and the grapes are processed into wine by the farmer himself. At 6 p.m., a ‘chestnut fire’ is lit on all farms and chestnuts are roasted. In addition to the chestnut fire, each farm offers visitors another "attraction" in the form of a farm tour, tasting, and so on.
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