9/28 - 10/26/2021 | 16:00 - 18:00

Speck, wine & olives

Guided tour on the Niedereben Organic Farm with tasting of own products

ONLY IN GERMAN OR ITALIAN

Niedereben Farm is situated at an altitude of 634 metres on Nörderberg mountain. Benefiting from the advantageous climate, olives, grapes and cacti all flourish here. The Hofer family supplies the local organic specialist retailer (Biokistl) with its fruit and vegetables and sells a variety of home produced, typical South Tyrolean organic products in their own farm shop.
Cows, pigs, quails, ducks, geese and chickens all feel like “pigs in clover” on the farm! This introduction to the long history of the farm gives visitors an insight into livestock husbandry and wine growing on the Vinschgau’s Nörderberg mountain and shows the route taken from the first olives to the production of the farm’s own olive oil.
The following products are available to buy directly from the farm shop: speck (bacon), salami, smoked sausages, cooked herb-crusted ham, Coppa ham, farmer’s speck, seasonal fruit and vegetables, and in the autumn months chestnuts and pumpkins, apple juice and Vernatsch wine.
Approach
At the valley station of the Aschbach cable car (Riolagundo) in Rabland/Rablà, turn left and follow the Via Saringstraße to reach the Biohof Niedereben (Bio farm Niedereben ) .
(Approx. 20 minutes' walk from Rabland/Rablà railway station / Aschbach/Riolagundo cable car valley station).

From Partschins: bus 266 to Rabland/Rablà (Bahnhof/stazione)
From Meran/o: train 250 to Rabland/Rablà
From Vinschgau valley: train 250 to Rabland/Rablà
Storno
Cancellation requested within the registration period.
Minimum number of participants: 5 persons
The event will take place with any weather condition.
Additional info
During the guided tour of the organic farm Biohof Niedereben you will get an insight into the long history of the farm, you can experience first hand the everyday life of our farmers, animal husbandry, viticulture and olive oil production and taste the farm's own products.
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