BIO Organic Producer – Hausergut
„Organic is a purpose in life for the whole family.“
The apples are picked in phases
Happy with the quality of the apples
The apples are a good colour
The apple crates are shipped out
The Hauser estate is slightly outside the village of Sluderno, and the natural environment here is especially worthy of protection. Andreas Hauser's farm is directly adjacent to the Ontaneto di Sluderno, a Natura 2000 Biotope conservation area. The family has been taking care of the land for three generations. They feel especially responsible for their own surroundings and for that of their guests who spend their holidays on the estate. When Andreas learnt about organic farming on a continuing education course in 1996, full conversion of the farm was the logical next step for him. He harvests Jonagold, Pinova, Topaz and Idared from his strictly naturally managed apple orchards. He also farms livestock, applying conditions which are appropriate to each animal. His mother and wife support Andreas in all he does. Working close to nature with a closed-cycle system has now become a life goal. For the whole family.
Where I live
The bittersweet lady
Beauty meets acidity: This bright and smooth crossover between Topaz & Cripps Pink makes the pests stay away, therefore, it is especially popular in organic farming.
January - May
opaque radiant red colour on creamy background, homogeneous shape, very smooth shell
juicy and crunchy bite
aromatic with pronounced acidity
The elegant precocity
The tasty gala appears every summer in its reddish yellow shell and the new apple season begins.
September - March
smooth shell, spherical shape, slightly conical, pale yellow base colour with bright red and striped cover
crispy and juicy with firm pulp
refreshing, sweet with little acidity
The versatile gold piece
To be consumed fresh, baked, cooked, stewed and toasted, the apple of New York really is worth gold.
March - August
greenish yellow with crimson basic colour, striped and covered in faded red
juicy with loose, crispy and slightly grainy pulp
bittersweet with a balanced ratio of sugar and acid
The Val Venosta resistant
The Pinova with its red vermilion-red skin is a typical apple of Val Venosta. Not only is it colourful, it also has a very balanced flavour. Thanks to its long durability, it offers you unlimited fruit enjoyment until the summer season.
January - July
Bicolour, yellow to greenish, at least 30% of the fruit is covered with a bright vermilion colour
refreshing with very crisp, juicy and firm pulp
Balanced proportion of sugar and acid
The beautiful acid
Topaz makes biting the sour apple worthy! The aromatic fruit impresses with a pleasant acidity and is also a common variety in organic farming.
January - May
basic yellow tone with red striped components, round shape with flattened calyx