The Steinmannhof fruit farm in
South Tyrol

Shielded by the South Tyrolean mountains, snugly located on the valley floor around Bozen, the Steinmannhof in the hamlet of Steinmannwald near Leifers enjoys a slightly elevated position with fine views over the valley of the River Etsch. Historic chestnut groves and various fruit trees such as apples, apricots and plums surround the traditional farm, where fruit is turned into high-quality spirits and other products.


South Tyrol

Eberhard, Count von Toggenburg regards the Steinmannhof in South Tyrol as his home. The farm was once part of the larger family-owned fruit business, with the cultivated land located close by in the valley. In its midst now stands the new farm building, where not only fruit but also new ideas can thrive.

Eating apples have been grown at the Steinmannhof of the Counts von Toggenburg in Leifers for 15 years now. At over twenty hectares, the farm is one of South Tyrol’s larger fruit producers. The Steinmannhof was removed from the fruit-growing side and established as a separate small farm with the aim of making and refining its own products. Various types of fruit tree, such as apples, apricots and plums, grow on an area of some two hectares, with the fruit then distilled into spirits on the farm. There are also plans to offer delicacies created from all sorts of fruit and vegetables.


“South Tyrol and the Steinmannhof are my home. Transforming the traditional fruit and vegetable varieties of this region into fine products is a particular love of mine.” Eberhard, Count Toggenburg

Eberhard Graf Toggenburg

Our team at the Steinmannhof: enthusiastic about South Tyrolean fruit, with a love for their origins

Klaus Tröger
Production manager fruit

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