The biggest preserved farmyard of South Tyrol, which was built of block of stones, offers a gorgeous view beyond the Bolzano basin
First mentioned in records in 1379, Fronthof farm is the largest fully-preserved farmhouse in South Tyrol built on a steep slope from stone and is something special. The old, panelled dining rooms provides the ideal setting for special occasions and makes a great stopping point after a walk along the 'Oachner Höfeweg' Farmstead Trail.
"Speck", smoked sausage, speck dumplings, "Schlutzer" ravioli, herb "Knödel" dumplings. In autumn roast spare ribs, meat cuts, black pudding, chestnuts, "Kloatzenkrapfen" fried pastries. In spring and summer wholewheat crispbread ravioli, ricotta dumplings, ravioli with seasonal fillings, beef or pork specialities from own herd. Juices: apple, raspberry, elderflower and mint.
Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner, Sauvignon, Kerner, Pinot Noir and Zweigelt are produced on the farm from own grapes.
- Via Bühel / Bühelweg 2 - 39050 - Fiè allo Sciliar / Völs am Schlern
- +39 0471 601091
Open from March to May on Sundays from noon, in July, August and September from Tuesday to Thursday from noon to 11 pm, in October and November from Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 11 pm. Advance booking recommended.
Access route: From Prato all'Isarco towards Tires, take the turning off the main road to Aica di Fiè and turn right about 200 m before the church. After 300 m you will reach the Fronthof farm.