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On our farm we are always experimenting. Not in a laboratory, but in our wine cellar and the smoking chamber. “Speck” and wine are products that have their own individual taste every year and always stay unique. The traditional recipes are refined a little every year. You can find them on our menu.

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The Blaterle

The “Blaterle” is an old, almost forgotten variety of grape. It is better known as the oldest indigenous vine in South Tyrol. Back in the day the “Blaterle” could occasionally be found in the vineyards. It was blended with red wine grapes to add more acidity and structure to the wine.

The “Blaterle” slowly disappeared with the red wine. New areas were cultivated and the vine was no longer planted.

There are only a few farmers who have enough “Blaterle” vines to make wine from it. The Gummerer farm takes one step further and creates a sparkling wine from it. One of Sepp`s ideas. Today Philipp experiments with the interesting and promising vine.

Wine and wine-cellar

On the farm we produce four white wines (Sylvaner, Kerner, Müller-Thurgau, Blaterle) and two red wines (Zweigelt, Portugieser). The red wines are aged in used Barrique casks which gives them a more rounded and fuller taste. The new wine cellar is perfect for this kind of storage. Sepp Gummerer (our father) always had a dream of a wine cellar “set in stone”. If you’d like to learn more about our wines, best try them for yourself. Or simply ask your host.

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Our "Speck"

Nobody should miss out on the “Speck” at the Gummerer farm. If you assume that we have the best “Speck”, then Philipp only has the second best, since everybody considers their own to be the best. One of the farm’s secrets is also the production of “Speck”. We experiment a lot. A little more or a little less smoking, using non-traditional spices or various methods of aging.


Thinking regionally is especially important to us. The pork for our “Speck” comes exclusively from local pigs.

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