Kurtatscher Wine Trail | W112

The oldest wine trail in South Tyrol

14.5 km
290 m
290 m
2 h 30 min

The Kurtatsch Wine Trail is the oldest wine trail in South Tyrol. Take the bus to Kurtatsch and start from the center of the village. Follow the “Saltner Pratze” (a wooden hand) to the entrance of the wine trail. Right at the beginning you will come across a man-sized grape, created from polished stream stones. On the 2.1 km long educational wine trail you will get to know all the important events in the wine-growing year.

Various stations present interesting facts about viticulture, landscape and history in the South Tyrolean Unterland (area South of Bozen). Along the way, you can try to guess the scents of the wines wafting from small amphorae. You will be rewarded with many beautiful views over the South Tyrolean lowlands, including a viewpoint with a panoramic panel of the Etsch Valley. The oldest vine in South Tyrol can be found in Margreid, accessible on foot or by public bus at the end of the wine trail.
You can hike from Margreid back to Kurtatsch or take the bus to Tramin.

Interesting facts about viticulture and the landscape of the region

Pleasant path in the vineyards

2.1 kilometers of information about a wine year

Starting point: Kurtatsch
Pit stop: Castle winery Tiefenbrunner, Schwarz Adler


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