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Realising a dream: Our wine hotel in South Tyrol

To dare to dream, to make those dreams come true, to delight your palate. With the Pföstl winery, two childhood friends, the manager of their wine hotel in South Tyrol and winemaker, Stefan Pföstl, and the cellar master and winemaker, Georg Weger, have fulfilled a lifelong dream. Together, they conjure up sophisticated wines that both pamper your senses and warm your heart.

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The in-house winery

Wine from South Tyrol has a centuries-old tradition. Here on the southern side of the Alps, the days are warm and the nights are cool. The Mitterplattweg – at the entrance to Schenna in South Tyrol and below Goyen Castle – also offers ideal conditions for growing particularly fruity wines. Therefore, it’s no wonder that the picturesque vineyards of the Schenna Resort, our wine hotel near Meran, are situated here. Cultivated and harvested with love, passion, and devotion, our high-quality grapes ripen naturally so we can transform them into delicious, excellent wines. They are stored with select wines from all over the world in the stone cellar of our hotel and winery in South Tyrol.

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Wine and sparkling wine from Pföstl winery:

  • Chardonnay
  • Pinot Grigio
  • Weißburgunder Valpitan
  • Gewürztraminer
  • Stieglitz * Gimopel
  • Zeisig
  • Vernatsch
  • Merlot
  • Blauburgunder Valpitan
  • Cabernet
  • Cabernet Valpitan
  • Blanc de Blanc Valpitan
  • Sekt Rosé Valpitan
  • Vernasecco
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Fancy a wine tasting with Georg or Stefan?

See for yourself and enjoy the wines from our winery in South Tyrol at one of our popular tastings!

Registration

It is possible to visit the winery of our gourmet hotel near Meran every Friday from 6 p.m. For larger groups of six people or more, a tour with subsequent tasting is only possible with advance reservation.

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