Here’s a really lovely article (and in decent English, happily) about four women winemakers in the loosely defined greater Lausanne region, contributed by Lausanne as a member of the international Great Wine Capitals, for a series of articles. Definitely worth your time to read it.
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Aigle is the place to be Saturday The awards for the winning Chasselas wines will be announced this evening, 26 June, and tomorrow will be given over to a public tasting session at the Château d’Aigle, which is also home to the Vaud wine museum. The awards will be announced by the Mondial du Chasselas, […]
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – Wine labels influence our decisions about buying wines, but they also affect how we assess wines we taste, a new Swiss study shows. Seeing the label may have up to a 60 percent impact on our evaluation of a wine we taste, Pascale Deneulin, senorial analysis professor at the Changins Agroscope federal […]
Notes on several wines from the Lake Zurich region (background information on the area’s wines: Zürichsee, pendulum swings). I tasted these at a press wine tasting at the Wein&Sein Höcklistein, Rapperswil-Jona, in December, organized as part of a larger Swiss Wine & Friends tasting event. The region has 32 wineries, and the quality level is […]
Wine education Switzerland hosts a number of educational classes, often with tastings, from schools and museums and various wine groups. They are a great way to learn more about the landscape of Swiss wines – the culture, history, heritage, geography and more. The 1001 lives of Dr Wuilloud Henry Wuilloud was the subject of an […]