A hotel with a rich tradition and its own vineyard

Hotel Teutschhaus

Hotel Teutschhaus is centrally located in the quiet surroundings of the village of Kurtinig, directly on the South Tyrolean Wine Route. Today's Teutschhaus was mentioned as a "Wirtstafern" or tavern with wine shop as early as 1598 and thus, counts as one of the oldest taverns in the Unterland.
After the end of the First World War, South Tyrol was annexed by Italy and the tavern consequently lost its entire customer base, which was predominantly from southern Germany. Then wine trade was discontinued, but the winery and inn remained in business. Since then, the Teutsch Family has dedicated themselves to sustainable viniculture. From 1952, the first guest rooms began to be built. Today the hotel has 70 rooms.

Every Tuesday morning, Mr. Teutsch personally guides you through our 4-hectare vineyard. You receive information about cultivation methods and grape varieties. Fine wines are stored in the wine shop; fruit and wine from the farm can be tasted. Four home-grown wines are tasted every Wednesday evening in our historic wine cellar. Relax under the grapevine pergola in our garden or on the sun terrace after an eventful day with a good glass of wine!

Engaging information is provided to those interested in wine on the guided Kurtatsch Wine Trail hike (Wednesdays) and also on the wine tour of the Kurtatsch Winery. Every first Thursday of the month, a wine safari is offered along the South Tyrolean Wine Route. Various events related to wine which take place in the vicinity could also be of particular interest for wine enthusiasts. These include Summa at the Lageder Winery, the Pinot Noir Days and Nights in Montan, Cellar Night, an event spanning the nearby villages, the Night of Red Jewels in Cortaccia and the Unterland wine tasting days in Auer.