You have to do something good to the body ...

... that the soul wants to live in it!

And we definitely will find the right way to make the soul feel so well! Because in addition to sports activities, massages and delicious food, there are also the best South Tyrolean wines and craft beer varieties in our house!

Sitting in our wonderful garden on a lovely, balmy summer evening looking out over the meadows and high up to the Kronplatz, with a glass of South Tyrolean Gewurztraminer in the hand – that's simply an indescribable feeling. With its fruity character and its golden yellow tones, it seems to blend in with the surrounding landscapes. You will have the sense that the South Tyrolean summer is both on your tongue and right before your eyes ...

For the winter I would recommend a Lagrein Riserva red wine, aged in wooden barrels and with spicy notes of cocoa and vanilla, chocolate and prunella. In my opinion, there's no better place to enjoy it than next to the fire place at our hotelbar.

We love wine!

Actually, South Tyrol is a relatively small wine-growing region, but we have a unique variety! 20 different grape varieties grow on only 5400 h growing area. We love white wine! Especially from the Eisacktal! But who can argue against a glass of Lagrein Riserva?

Our sommelier Brigitte knows the South Tyrolean wines very well and recommends a suitable wine! The wine comes well tempered directly from our walk-in wine cabinet in our bar.

And every Wednesday we offer our Amuse Bouche menu with 5 course menu and the matching wines!

Vicky, our certified beer expert

Who says that you can drink only wine to a gourmet dinner? These days there are so many different craft beer breweries in South Tyrol that our Chef de Rang Vicky has trained as a certified beer expert. Therefore our craft beer offer has increased and now we offer some very interesting beers at our Restaurant and Bar! In addition to the history of beer, Vicky now tells our guests about the different techniques of brewing and storage and beer care

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