The history of the Biedermannhof is closely linked to that of the Klarissenhof monastery in Meran. The Biedermannhof is first documented in the 14th century as being in the possession of this monastery, but in the Middle Ages it was frequently transferred to other monasteries.
It even came into the possession of the Brigitten monastery in Altomünster (near Dachau) to supply the monastery with wine for mass and drinking.
The Biedermannhof has been in the possession of the Innerhofer family for over 200 years. Alongside fruit-growing, wine is also made and sold at the Biedermannhof.
Our great-grandfather on the road with his horse-drawn carriage
Our great-grandfather at a young age during the First World War
Our ancestors at their summer retreat in the Ulten Valley
The grape harvest, locally called “wimmen”, in the 1950s
Our grandfather with his parents at his first Holy Communion
The tent camp of our great-grandfather in the First World War
Hunters from Tscherms on our local mountain, the Vigiljoch, in the 1930s
Children at play under a blossoming apple tree in times gone by
Our grandfather with his siblings and parents
My father out and about with the boy from next door
The Biedermannhof in the 1960s
The major renovation of 1978
Lebenberg Castle photographed between blossoming trees.
A view of the village of Tscherms in the 1930s
Our grandfather’s first Holy Communion
The wood-panelled snug at the Biedermannhof before the major revamp
Father and son out in the vineyards