Caldaro and Termeno in autumn. Apples and grapes are picked and the farmers are more than busy. And in the evening it’s time for the oh-so lovely Toerggelen tradition, with hot-roasted chestnuts and sweet new wines.
Back to the Ebnicherhof farm in Soprabolzano: the host is preparing the traditional dishes for a Toerggele dinner. Not only roasted chestnuts, but also dumplings, a meat platter, chestnut crullers and the new wine are served on this occasion.
Castelvecchio lies a terrace covered by orchards and vineyards above the main village of Caldaro and the Lake Caldaro. It hosts the St. Pietro ruin, which is considered the be one the most ancient churchs of Tyrol.
When Indian summer days still exist in the valleys, the mountain tops are already covered with snow. Ideal conditions for the grape harvest. In the vineyards above the Lake of Caldaro the winegrowers start their day early in the morning, the vintage definitely has started.
The Natural Monument Rastenbachklamm gorge in Caldaro is a worthwhile attraction for young and old. It’s best to explore this natural monument over numerous bridges and stairs with good footwear and sure-footedness.
The „Winzerwanderwoche“. This hiking week is a secret tip for those wanting to experience nature first hand. Hiking groups make their way through the colourful landscapes that the South Tyrolean Autumn has to offer.
Everyday she lives her dream! Priska Kelderer is a passionate riding instructor and horse trainer. Fascinated with the traits and versatility of horseback riding, Priska has made her dream come true by opening a riding school in the fraction of Pianizza di Sopra. Nora Felderer decided to take a closer look and saddle up for Peer.tv.