The Burgraviato is one of the three main regions of South Tyrol, where the Törggelen has tradition.
Those who walk through the forests in the area of Merano in autumn, for example along the Chestnut Path in Foiana, can admire plenty of chestnut trees with their prickly fruits. Also numerous vineyards can be found in this region and it’s obvious, that the new wine has always played an important role here. So there is everything for a nice Törggele evening…
Especially in the villages of Tesimo, Prissiano, Lana and surroundings, Marlengo, Tirolo and Nalles farm inns and taverns invite to enjoy the traditional Törggelen from October until mid-November. If you plan farm holidays in this period, it is also possible to experience the vintage and fruit harvest first-hand!
The other traditional areas for the Törggelen in South Tyrol are the Valle Isarco valley and the villages along the South Tyrolean Wine Road, where the wine is produced.