With more than 700 wineries taking part in 6 different regions, the Swiss open wineries are the meeting point for every wine lover. From Geneva to Romanshorn and Mendrisio, discover the treasures of Swiss wines.
La Fédération suisse des vignerons (FSV) se dote d’un nouveau président
La 23e confrontation qualitative des meilleurs Chardonnay du Monde s’est déroulée du 8 au 11 mars 2016 dans le cadre du Château des Ravatys, Domaine Viticole de l’Institut Pasteur à Saint Lager, ville internationale de la vigne et du vin, au cœur de l’appellation Brouilly au pied du Mont Brouilly en Bourgogne viticole. De nombreuses caves suisses y ont participés et glânés des médailles.
The death of Benoît Violier leaves the Swiss wines orphans. This great leader –of French origin- loved Switzerland to the point of becoming Swiss, just one year ago. "We are Swiss! When we travel around Europe (my wife and I), we are (called) the Swiss," he confided to Darius Rochebin during a very emotional recent TV interview, joking about the French media who rarely mentioned his dual nationality...
Robert Parker's magazine rated wines from the indigenous Swiss grape Chasselas (or Fendant) produced mainly in the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Stephan Reinhardt, the appointed critic of this important magazine in the world of wine, tasted a hundred of our Chasselas - 20 got 87 points and more. The most rated estate of this tasting is the Domaine Louis Bovard in Cully.