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Vinum Hotels Südtirol

Hosts in the best locations with that special feeling for wine

South Tyrol is synonymous with gastronomy. South Tyrol is also synonymous with vacation. In addition, South Tyrol is a land of first-rate wines, cultivated on valley floor and hillside alike, thanks to a favourable Alpine-Mediterranean climate. What could be better, then, than combining vacation and gastronomy? The objective of the Vinum Hotels Südtirol group is precisely this. 
Due to the region’s 300 days of sunshine annually and stunning landscapes, South Tyrol is among Europe’s most popular holiday resorts; meanwhile the richness of its vineyards and terroir, concentrated into a surface area of just under 5,400 square meters, makes it one of the most interesting growing regions for wine enthusiasts. It’s no accident that the English-language magazine Wine Enthusiast put South Tyrol on its list of Top Ten Wine Destinations for 2016, praising the quality of its wine range, spectacular scenery, tourist services and cuisine.

Nowadays there is a further opportunity for visitors who want to enjoy South Tyrol’s beauty and excellence: Vinum Hotels Südtirol, a network of 29 hotels which offer programs dedicated wholly to oenology and featuring tastings, visits to wineries and vineyards as well as themed workshops. Every Vinum Hotel is managed with passion and individuality by wine experts, thus ensuring that guests are deftly guided as they immerse themselves in the world of Alto Adige wines. The hotels are distributed throughout the region’s seven cultivation zones, reflecting the variety of altitudes, soils and microclimates that forms the foundation for Alto Adige’s broad and diverse array of wines.

 

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