The Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW) in London is pleased to announce Swiss Wine has become a Supporter of the Institute.
The updated version of the VINEA Swiss Wines app is available via the App Store and Google Play. Download or update the app on your smartphone and keep up to date with news from the Swiss wine scene.
(OIV-Bento Gonçalves, Brasil - 24/10/2016) During the 39th World Congress of Vine and Wine, the Director General of the OIV, Jean-Marie Aurand, presented an overview of the vitivinicultural sector.
The 20th contest for "Best Sommelier in Switzerland 2016" took place this Sunday, October 30, in Geneva. Thirty years after the first Ruinart Trophy in 1986, the Beau-Rivage Hotel hosted this anniversary edition.
The Mondial des Pinots 2016 awards reflect the excellent quality of wines made from Pinot Noir and other Pinot grapes. The competition, which is for wines made only from grapes in the Pinot family, offers a good indication of how well these grow in greatly different regions around the world.
In 2017 ProWein, Dusseldorf will take place from March 19 through 21. Swiss Wine Promotion will lead the presence of Swiss wines with a renewed and affordable proposal for all producers.
The new Gotthard base tunnel will be inaugurated this weekend and it has its official wines. They were born thanks to a partenrship between Ticinowine and Coop.
Grand concours pour les producteurs, distributeurs et importateurs de vins issus du cépage Merlot pur ou d’assemblage à base de Merlot, sous les patronages de l’OIV, de l’UIOE, de l’USOE et membre de VINOFED.
Le Mondial du Merlot&Assemblages, organisé par VINEA, a vu la participation de 420 vins de plus de 230 producteurs de 22 pays différents. Le jury qui a siégé à Sierre Suisse a décerné 42 médailles d’Or à des crus d’exception et une médaille Grand Or – la plus haute distinction – à un merlot d’Uruguay.
La dixième confrontation qualitative des meilleurs Syrah du Monde® s'est déroulée du 11 au 13 mai 2016 à Ampuis dans le cadre du Château d'Ampuis (Côte du Rhône septentrionale, France).
Swiss Wine Promotion is pleased to announce the next Swiss open wineries event to be held over four weekends in six different wine regions across the country between April 29 and May 29, 2016.
More than 100,000 visitors
What began in Geneva and the German speaking part of Switzerland as a regional event has become the national meeting for producers and their audience. More than half of Swiss producers participate and attract more than 100,000 people each year.