South Tyrolean Wines | Feuerstein Nature Family Resort | Alps

Via Fleres 185 . 39041 Brennero South Tyrol
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Gourmet family holiday in the wine land of South Tyrol

South Tyrolean wine. The culinary offer at the Feuerstein wouldn’t be the same without it. For years in a row, the quality wines made by our local winegrowers and cellars have been leading the rankings of international wine guides. And the selection of wines and aromas is extensive indeed: Despite the relatively small area, over 20 grape varieties grow in South Tyrol, each in its own particular terroir, and they thrive in the Alpine-Mediterranean climate. We store a select array in the glass wine cube and in our new wine cellar: Mineral white wines, full-bodied reds, sparkling prosecco from South Tyrolean cellars. Ripened on steep, sun-kissed slopes, from the Eisacktal Valley on the Wine Trail all the way to the Vinschgau Valley. We also stock celebrated wines from Tuscany and interesting rarities from our young wine makers find their way to our guests’ glasses as an aperitif, or paired with your evening meal.

Our sommelier Eros Teboni has perfectioned his passion for wine. The young South Tyrolean has dedicated all his working experience to wine and its production. He studied at the Austrian Wine Academy and oenology at the University of Trent. With his huge baggage of knowledge and experience he worked for different luxury hotel in Italy and abroad. At the Feuerstein Nature Family Resort he's a guarantee for unique wines and an impeccable service.  Together with his girlfriend Rosa Besler he's spoiling the guests, with the goal to become the best family hotel in the Alps also in terms of wining and dining.

Worth mentioning is also the fact that Eros Teboni won the award as Best World Sommelier in 2018 by the World Sommelier Association.

Opening wine cellar

Weekly wine tasting session

Bar and Lounge

South Tyrol is home to indigenous wines which are typical of this region: Gewürztraminer, Vernatsch and Lagrein.
Which wine to have with dinner? It’s a pleasure to consult with Doris Stampfer, our trusty, trainee sommelier and wine-lover.
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