You can see them grazing in southern Bavaria: Murnau Werdenfels cattle. They are one of the world's oldest cattle breeds. And they are a highly robust breed. Originating in the Alps, these cattle are accustomed to a rough climate and steep alpine terrain. The meat is fine-grained, well-marbled, and extremely savory - a tasty experience not to be missed on your vacation in the Zugspitze Region.
Wonderfully tender and extremely savory - these are the hallmarks of Murnau Werdenfels beef. Quality, though, takes time to develop. The animals mature in Bavarian pastures and alpine meadows for 32 to 36 months. Afterwards, the meat ages for five weeks before it is sold and served. This lengthy preparation time guarantees the premium quality of Murnau Werdenfels beef.
Murnau Werdenfels beef - a regional specialty Bavarians love good food.
Whether it be it a hearty meal or light fare, the most important thing is that it taste good. Because quality and locality are top priorities in Bavaria, the meat of Werdenfels cattle comes exclusively from select breeders in the region. This regional proximity promotes personal contacts between the cattle farmers and the innkeepers and restaurant owners. And a cook who knows where the ingredients he uses originate is sure to prepare meals with extra care.
You can look forward to a well-earned vacation indulging in the regional culinary specialties of the Zugspitze Region's Blue Land. Come and taste the exquisite meat of Murnau Werdenfels cattle while exploring the foothills of the Bavarian Alps.