“Pop!”, the festivities have started. What could be better than Swiss wines, especially Swiss sparkling wines, to celebrate the end of the year. The sparkling wines will bring freshness, exuberance and joy to your guests. To treat your guests, Swiss Wine offers a selection of sparkling wines from the six wine regions. But wait…did you know that Swiss winemakers use three different production methods?
All aspects of viticulture and wine making are governed by international, national, and regional laws. Labels are a guarantee of quality for consumers and are awarded to wineries or wines that meet the requirements of strict specifications, controlled by an independent body. In Switzerland, there are three main organic labels: Vinatura, Bio Suisse and Demeter.
The 29th edition of World Wine Selections Canada (WSC Canada), the largest wine competition in North America under the patronage of the OIV and VINOFED, took place from October 13 to 16, 2022.
The 2022 edition counted on the participation of 1705 registered wines from 34 countries around the world. After 3 days of intense tasting, the members of the jury made their judgement and awarded Grand Gold, Gold, Silver medals and the Jury Priz
London, October 3, 2022. The 6th annual Swiss wine promotional tasting took place in London for the first time since March 2020.
Some twenty producers from the different wine regions of Switzerland support their local distributors who welcome one hundred trade professionals for a full day of tasting.
To most people, Switzerland is more about milk & honey (as in Toblerone) or fancy watches, than it is about wine and even to many a winelover, Swiss wine remains somewhat of a mystery. Something, you may have heard of but never had the chance to come by.
The reason is obvious, as the Swiss consume just about all of their production domestically. Actually, 98-99% is consumed within Switzerland, the brilliant wine writer, Chandra Kurt explained at a master class at the Swiss Embassy in Copenhagen back in June.
The results of the world's largest and most influential wine competition have been announced. A record year for the number of wines tasted, find out which Swiss wines won at the 19th Decanter World Wine Awards.
The 19th edition of the Decanter World Wine Awards set a new record. 18'244 wines from 54 countries were tasted during two weeks by a jury panel composed of Master of Wine, Master Sommeliers and wine experts.
La Mémoire des Vins Suisses is a unique association of select producers and experts in Switzerland that has been building a bank of the country’s finest wines since 2002. Its vault now holds over 30,000 bottles of regularly critiqued library vintages representing all the leading grape varieties and regions.
Results from the world’s largest and most influential wine competition have been announced. A record year for the number of wines tasted, discover which wines won what at the 18th edition of the Decanter World Wine Awards
Swiss wines win Best in Show and Platinum awards
For the second year in a row Switzerland was awarded one of just 50 coveted “Best in Show” accolades:
How Wineries are safely re-opening to welcome back guests?
The management of in-person visitation in the world of Covid19.
The session, moderated by Tom Perry, Inside Rioja, gave the floor to the following speakers:
The author of this book needs no introduction in Switzerland or to readers of Jancisrobinson.com. As a co-author of ‘Wine Grapes’, a world authority on grape genetics and native of Switzerland, Dr Vouillamoz is the only person who could possibly have written this book. The English version was copy-edited by Ellen Wallace.