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The South Tyrolean Speck Festival in S. Maddalena/ St. Magdalena is dedicated to the Italian gourmet cured and smoked ham Speck Alto Adige. During the two-day long festival visitors will enjoy a colourful programme of entertainment.

Vino in Festa is a month-long celebration that mixes wine and culture in the South Tyrolean Wine Road. The programme invites people to discover the flavours and colours of these famous wines and also the historical villages around the Wine Route. The event ends with the Cellar Wine Night, a dream for wine lovers that includes visits to cellars, walks among the vineyards, outdoor cooking and entertainment.

This sweet and sour specialty is exceptionally popular with locals and guests alike.

Dumplings are the epitome of the South Tyrolean cuisine and an indispensable part of every menu. Dumplings are made of South Tyrolean white bread, which is dried and cut into cubes for making dumplings. The basic dough is made of type 00 white flour, South Tyrolean milk, pasteurised free-range eggs, fresh or frozen onions, dried, fresh or frozen parsley and chives if desired. South Tyrolean speck dumplings contain 15 – 20 % diced speck (PGI).

For 42 years 20 inns and restaurants in the Valle Isarco/Eisacktal have been inviting people to the “Valle Isarco Fine Cuisine Festival”, the oldest of South Tyrol’s speciality food weeks.

Potato Slices Recipes

“Erdäpfelblattlen” (potato slices) are a traditional dish in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal Valley. Especially during the time of the traditional “Törggelen” in autumn the "Erdäpfelblattlen" are served, usually with cabbage.

In the north of Italy, next to Austria and Switzerland, South Tyrol has achieved international fame as the "land of wines". With its exquisite quality wines, it is one of the leading wine regions of Italy producing some of the most well known wines in the country. The Wine Road takes visitors around this fascinating land, discovering flavours and colours but also the history and culture of the villages surrounding it and all with a magic allure that will conquer one and all!

In the north of Italy, next to Austria and Switzerland, South Tyrol has achieved international fame as the "land of wines". With its exquisite quality wines, it is one of the leading wine regions of Italy producing some of the most well known wines in the country. The Wine Road takes visitors around this fascinating land, discovering flavours and colours but also the history and culture of the villages surrounding it and all with a magic allure that will conquer one and all!