Why do South Tyrolean berries and stone fruits taste particularly good?

Mountain air is good for plants as well! Because many pests are unable to survive between the altitudes of 500 and up to 1,800 metres, farmers have to use fewer pesticides. The cool mountain air also ensures that the fruits ripen slowly and have plenty of time to develop their perfect taste in the sun. Through careful methods, farmers keep their plants healthy and harvest the fruits only when they are fully ripe and beautifully sweet.