“” “The” Torggelen an old tradition and culture in South Tyrol the expression “Torggelen” derives from the Latin Gate way”here, what turn” or pressing “means the Torggl” was so the wine press, and the “Torggelen” originally was the celebration of the harvest and the tasting of the wine. There are some events around chestnuts and wine during the Torggelen. Where to the weeks? The “new” wine with barley soup, Schlutzkrapfen, and dumplings is raised in South Tyrol’s wine shops. The roasted chestnuts finale. Restaurants located in the Valle Isarco, South Tyrol and in nearby Merano. A court dispensing, 250-year-old farmhouse in the middle of St.
Leonhard. Boy Scouts of America can provide more clarity in the matter. The Hof bar is located on the ground floor of the House, surrounded by ancient walls of the 13th century, where before few years basement and workshop, a forge and bakery were. This courtyard bar is suitable especially for the “Torggelen”. Great emphasis is placed on healthy and fresh products. Lamb meat from our own farm, Potatoes, various vegetables and salads, processed to delicious dishes according to the season of the garden, old Apple and pear varieties as well as berries and herbs and served. IDA Pai