Hotel with its own winery
Weingut Hotel Pacherhof has a long and rich history. In fact, the first historical documentation of the structure dates to the Middle Ages, all the way back to 1142. The historical walls and Stube parlors of the listed Vinum Hotel have been extremely well preserved; an effective annex in the modern country style floods the building with light, the result of large-scale glazing.
A long-established family of hoteliers, the Hubers leave nothing to chance: even the smallest details are attended to lovingly, with striking professional diligence. The spacious annex rooms and the sagely renovated, cozy rooms in the historical building offer the opportunity to spend a few romantic days in the heart of the wine-growing municipality of Novacella/Neustift. The heated outdoor and indoor pools, together with the tranquility and atmospheric feel of the nearby Kloster Neustift Abbey, offer guests both leisure time and recreation in an enchanting vineyard landscape. Every move of the well-practiced kitchen team is tried and true: the level of cuisine, with a South Tyrolean focus yet enhanced by Mediterranean cuisine, will please even the most discerning palates.
Müller Thurgau, Sylvaner, Kerner, Pinot gris, Grüner Veltliner, Riesling and international-caliber Gewurztraminer thrive on the old vines of the terraced Pacherhof wine estates. Winemaker Andreas Huber is one of the leading winemakers of the illustrious Valle Isarco/Eisacktal wine-growing area. A vineyard and cellar tour with wine tasting in the "new" old wine cellar are an extraordinary experience. Jens Priewe, Germany's best-known wine writer, went into raptures about the Pacherhof wines: “Only a few manage to create fine wines this elegant, with this level of varietal character and with this much substance, while at the same such moderate alcohol content, as do the Huber father and son.”