A special attraction at the Gummererhof farm inn is the home-grown champagne.
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High above the basin of Bressanone, amidst chestnut groves and vineyards, the Gummererhof farm is located. In autumn, when days become shorter and colder, the traditional “Törggelen” is celebrated in the two snug parlours. With delicious specialities of the South Tyrolean farmers cooking and a glass of new wine the day comes to a cosy end. Even a home-grown champagne is offered at the farm inn which is made from the autochthonal grape named “Blatterle”.
Speck, “Kaminwurzen” (smoked sausages), buckwheat, speck, spinach and liver dumplings, cheese gnocchi, “Erdäpfelblattlen” with cabbage, plate of meat cuts with cabbage, spare ribs, and various sweet dishes are seasonally dished up at the farm inn.
The home-grown wines and champagne go perfect with these delicacies. Müller-Thurgau, Kerner, Portugieser and Zweigelt can be tasted. Homemade juices, like apple, raspberry, cherry, blackcurrant and beetroot juice complete the range best.
Fam. Josef Gummerer
Tel. +39 0472 835553
Open daily from mid-September to mid-December from 3 pm. Closed on Mondays. From the beginning of January to the end of February open from Friday to Sunday from 3 pm. Booking recommended.
Take the road that connects Bressanone with Velturno, turn right after 1.5 km and carry on until the farm.