Our farm tavern in the Isarco Valley serves delicious local specialities
At our farm Saderhof near Bressanone you will experience the Törggelen in our farm tavern! In our inviting tavern, we will serve you our own farm products as well as homemade Törggelen specialties.
A typical tavern dish is the simple but tasty “Brettljause”. Served on a wooden board, you may enjoy a “Marende” – a snack – with bacon, smoked sausage, and cheese, spread and fresh homemade baked bread. At the farm Saderhof you may taste our seasonal dishes not only in autumn, but also in the spring. Make yourself comfortable on our inviting sun terrace and enjoy our delicious specialties with pleasant peace and sunshine!
Our opening times
Spring 25.03.18 – 27.05.18: Saturday & Sunday starting from 11.00 am; closed from Monday to Friday
Fall 15.09.18– 02.12.18: Open every day starting from 11.00 am
Törggelen in the Isarco Valley A paradise for foodies
Törggelen in the Isarco Valley is the most important and popular tradition during the autumn months. Every year – on the last sun-drenched days in the autumn – the Törggelen taverns in Bressanone open their doors and invite locals and vacationers to indulge in incomparable culinary delights.
Sweet, young wine, cider and homemade juices are an integral part of the Törggelen tradition, because the term comes from the grape press, which is called “Torggel”. Other typical specialties include hard rye bread and Speck (bacon), barley soup and dumplings, the meat plates with sauerkraut and roast potatoes, chestnuts, and sweet donuts. One of the highlights during Törggelen is the convivial get-together. Follow this special South Tyrolean tradition: Talk to people about food and drink and make new friends!
Walk across the Isarco Valley in the autumn
A perfect holiday in the Isarco Valley includes not only the traditional Törggelen, but also an autumn hike. The farm Saderhof is located directly on the popular Chestnut Path, thus, straight after breakfast you may start hiking in the Isarco Valley.
The Chestnut Path leads you from the Novacella Abbey near Bressanone 63 kilometres past vineyards and chestnut trees to the Bolzano Valley Basin. You may walk the entire itinerary in single stages or just choose one part. Take a rest in one of the taverns along the way and then continue your walk through the Isarco Valley with fresh energy!