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All about "Törggelen" in South Tyrol

A culinary autumn highlight

Autumn time in Algund is a time of pleasure. When autumn bathes the vineyards around Algund in bright colours at the end of October, it is still mild enough here in the Merano region to sit outside under the vine pergolas of the farmhouse inns. Then, there is no getting around the special harvest tradition Törggelen... but who would want to? Because once you've spent a day in the mountains and made yourself comfortable in a traditional farmhouse inn, you won't want to leave.

Törggelen has been a centuries-old South Tyrolean tradition. Everywhere where the new wine is available, the new wine called "Nuie" and the most of the blue grapes, which has only just begun to ferment known as "Suser" are ceremonially tasted after the pressing of the wine with good home cooking. This is accompanied by South Tyrolean half-moon-shaped pasta called " Schlutzer", followed by pickled and smoked meats called "Gselchtes" and home-made sausages with cabbage and dumplings, and finally some delicious roast chestnuts. Who can say no to this? Not us!
An unforgettable culinary experience in South Tyrol that you should not miss!

A real South Tyrolean tradition

The South Tyrolean term “Törggelen” goes back to the Latin torculus (wine press) or to the verb torquere (press, turn). This later developed into the name Torggl for the place where the grapes are pressed and where they met for Törggelen. Today the common enjoying of food takes place in inns and wine taverns

The term “Törggelen” goes back to the Latin termn "torculus" which means the wine press.

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