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Our Bio Farm

  The Frenner family, that has been living on this farm for generations, welcomes you to visit their beautiful bio farm “Lü De Pincia”.
Margareth and Georg Frenner, Thomas, Simon, Johanna.

Our bio farm LÜ DE PINCIA is a typical Ladin farm at 1.100 m a.s.l. in the Badia valley not far from S.Vigilio di Marebbe in Southtyrol. Stating from 2009 we can claim a bio certificate for the farm with regular inspections by Biko Tirol.

In our farm shop we sell produce like jams from wild plums, raspberry, black currant, apple and other fruit that we pick at full ripeness, as well as honey and mead from our own apiary. From the herbs and medicinal plants, which we grow and handpick, we produce various mixtures of herb teas, salts and cushions.

Following the principle “From the region for the region” we sell through the organisation Bio*Beef Südtirol, of which we are a member, the tasty meat from our biologically raised cattle.

Our products

 
Jams
Made using selected fruit from the farm, untreated and fully ripe, bio cane sugar and agar as gelling agent.
Fruit content: about 60%

Our assortment:
raspberry
wild plum
white transparent apple
strawberry
rhubarb
cranberry
raspberry with blackcurrant
apple with plum
and others
  • Wild plum

  • Cranberry

  • Apricot - Rhubarb

  • Raspberry

  • White transparent apple

 
Honey
Our bees gather nectar from the meadows around the farm. At the end of June the hives are taken to the alpine pastures of the Fanes–Sennes-Prags nature reserve where excellent honey is collected from flowers and woodlands.
  • Dandelion

  • Dandelion

  • Honey

 
Mead (honey-wine)
Selected honey is fermented with spring water to humanity’s oldest alcoholic drink. This “devine” drink takes a year to mature before it is filled in bottles to 0.5 and 0.2 l and displayed for sale in our farm shop. We produce a sweet and a medium variety.
Mead is an excellent dessert wine that goes well with sweet dishes and equally with cheese.
  • Sweet 0.5 l

  • Sweet 0.2 l

  • Lovely 0.5 l

 
Herbs
In the year 2001 Margareth completed the required training to herb expert and has kept up to date in her subject ever since.
She picks the herbs when at their best, dries them and carefully mixes them to teasherb salts and fills cushions.
Our mixtures
How to make herbal tea?
Put the herbs either in a tea caddy or simply into the pot. Cover with boiling water and let it brew for 10 – 15 minutes.

  • Armonia

    To relax
    Contents:
    mint, lemon, white and golden balm (and some minor additions).

  • Bona Net

    For a restful night
    Contents:
    lemon balm, lime bloom (and some minor additions).

  • Aromatica

    Fosters digestion
    Contents:
    mint, yarrow, chamomile, (and some minor additions).

  • Invern

    Typical winter tea, esp. in case of coughs or colds
    Contents:
    thyme, elderberry, mallow, ribwort, chamomile, (and some minor additions).

  • Salus

    With diuretic and purifying properties
    Contents:
    silver birch, field horsetail, stinging nettle, (and some minor additions).

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