In South Tyrol there are numerous trails that delight hikers from near and far. Some of these hiking trails lead past atmospheric wineries or cellars. Here we introduce you to wineries that are worth visiting:
The St. Oswald Promenade leads from St. Anton up to Runkelstein Castle and finally to the vineyards of St. Magdalena – here the Kandlerhof and its wines await hikers.
KALTERN: Nicolussi-Leck Winery and Kaltern Winery
The Kaltern Winery and the Nicolussi-Leck Winery with its Bed & Breakfast are only a short distance from Lake Kaltern. Both houses are good starting points for hiking directly to the Leuchtenburg ruins or for experiencing the Kalterer See circular hiking trail.
MARGREID: Winery Alois Lageder
Along the Unterland Wine Trail, hikers explore the life of wine from the planting of the young vine to the tasting of the final product – for example in the “Paradeis” restaurant at the biodynamic Alois Lageder winery.
The Pardellerhof is the ideal starting point for hikers to experience the Marlinger Waalweg and the 4km long Weinkulturweg.
PARTSCHINS: Stachlburg Castle Winery
The Peter Mitterhofer Culture Trail takes hikers past twelve stations – a tasting of the biodynamic wines of the Schlossweingut Stachlburg wonderfully rounds off the hike.
You can find more tips on wineries in South Tyrol here:
On two wheels to the winery in South Tyrol
With the camper to the winery in South Tyrol