Dine, Wine & Music

Wednesday, 03.08.2022 / 18:00 - 24:00

Hosts from Brixen, wines from Eisacktal Valley and Music.

On 3rd August, as part of Dine, Wine & Music, local gastronomy serves up gastronomic specialities paired with excellent wines from the Eisacktal Valley in front of the dreamlike backdrop of the Brixen Cathedral. Local hosts prepare their finest summer dishes here and you can try them all. The evening is rounded off by vibrant live music.

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Indulgence at the highest level

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EISACKTAL VALLEY WINES
Local hosts

Brixen’s hosts serve culinary delicacies and summer plates, all of which can be tasted.

The local hosts are:

  • Decantei
  • Finsterwirt
  • Grissino
  • AO Restaurant
  • Kircherhof
  • Alpine Rose
  • Sunnegg
  • Löwenhof
  • Hotel Pacher
  • Wine Gallery
  • Vinus
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Music

The South Tyrolean band M&M and Mainfelt Duo provide the musical accompaniment to the culinary evening:

M&M is an acoustic duo consisting of Marc Giugni, guitarist and singer from Klausen, and Marco Biolcati, guitarist and singer.Together they have been playing for 12 years now and offer a repertoire of classic rock, pop blues in purely acoustic versions in which they combine their guitars and voices to create timeless music.

Patrick Strobl and Ivan Miglioranza from Mainfelt also rock the stage as Mainflet Duo. Concentrated energy, rattling banjo riffs and driving acoustic guitar, here and there also tender melancholic facets, irresistibly anthemic choruses, that is Mainfelt. Even as a duo, Patrick and Ivan manage to create an atmosphere that takes the audience on a journey.

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Eisacktal Valley White Wines

Powerful, fresh and fruity with a lively acidity. This is what Eisacktal valley white wine tastes like. Our grapes grow in loose, rocky moraine soil with Dolomite lime, slate and Brixen quartz phyllite scattered through it – all remnants of the last ice age, which formed our landscape. In autumn, the days are still warm, but we have very cold nights and there is already snow on the mountains. This means that the vines retain their acidity, and the grapes develop an even more intense flavour.

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