Bad Vigaun gourmet producers in the gourmet region of Tennengau

Delicious food from Salzburgerland

The Bad Vigaun “gourmet producers” are a number of farmers, deliverers, and producers who have made the Tennengau gourmet region into a hotspot of regionality and culinary highlights. Where there is quality to be found, you will usually also find connoisseurs nearby who enjoy the pleasures of fine taste. These are the Tennengau people around Bad Vigaun.

Would you like to be one of these too?
We would love to welcome you to the Gourmet region Tennengau/Bad Vigaun.

Where it tastes best

What is important to you when it comes to gourmet pleasure? Is it a strong Alpine cheese, meat and hams, tasty wines, delicious cordials, high percentage schnapps or jams made from the fruits of farmers’ gardens that have been around for centuries? As the name suggests, gourmet pleasure is an important part of the gourmet region of Tennengau and this especially applies to Bad Vigaun. The people of Tennengau appreciate and treasure good food and drink. That’s why we look after our delicious recipes that have been passed down through many generations.

Get an overview now of our gourmet partners in the Tennengau region using our Gourmet planner.

People who understand their craft

Bad Vigaun gourmet producers know exactly what they are doing. People know their craft here, and this is not something new. Many recipes and methods of production have been passed down through generations and no one would think of letting them die out. The Bad Vigaun people are friendly, heartfelt hosts. You can meet them at markets, on farms, or in various farm shops. Look over their shoulder at what they are doing, and taste the wonderful produce that our region in and around Bad Vigaun has to offer.

What ripens over the course of months..

..is made into delicious things in autumn. The cows that graze on the pastures of the gourmet region Tennengau produce top-quality milk that forms the basis for delicious cheese and fresh butter.

As summer comes to an end, the ripe fruits in the orchards are made into tasty jams or distilled into strong schnapps. Hams are smoked, oils are pressed, and bottles or tins are filled with herbs.

Take a little bit of Tennengau back home with you.