Gummererhof farm

The Gummererhof lies high above the Brixen valley basin, nestling amongst chestnut groves and vineyards: Its special attraction is the home-grown champagne.

In autumn, when the days draw in and get cooler, a lot of "törggelling" goes on in the farmhouse, which involves finishing off the day with tasty farm fare and a glass of the season's new wine. House "Sekt" (sparkling wine), made from the native "Blatterle" grape, is a special feature of the Gummererhof farm.

Speck, "Kaminwurzen" (smoked sausage), "Saure Suppe" (savoury soup made with bread, milk and spices), buckwheat dumplings, dumplings with Speck, spinach and liver, cheese gnocchi, "Schlutzer" (spinach ravioli in butter), "Erdäpfelblattlen" (potato pancakes) with cabbage, plate of meat cuts with cabbage, spare ribs, "Krapfen" (sweet fried pastries) and chestnuts. Juices: apple, raspberry, cherry, blackcurrant, beetroot.

The 2019 Blatterle has distinct notes of green apple. The 2019 Sylvaner and Blatterle Cuvée displays a pleasant aroma with detectable wood that is harmoniously integrated. The 2020 Kerner is very aromatic and has fresh acidity and delicate minerality. the 2019 Zweigelt is reminiscent of berry fruit and chocolate. It impresses with its agile acidity and great freshness.

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Opening times

Open from Friday to Tuesday, from mid-September to mid-December from 3 pm and on Sunday from noon. Open from Friday to Saturday from 3 pm and on Sunday from noon from mid-January to March. Booking requested.

More information

Access route: Take the road that connects Bressanone with Velturno, turn right after 1.5 km and carry on until the farm.

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