The conference in Bramois offered an exciting moment because it’s the first time so many Divico disease-resistant wines have been tasted together, organized by single grape wines, blends, oaked, not oaked.
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Here’s the official information from Geneva on the canton’s Wineries Open Day Saturday 28 May. Note that I’ll be posting a longer article on the Cave de Genève in a few minutes, the largest winery in the canton. You’ll find details about Geneva’s wineries in several places: the official cantonal agriculture office wine page and […]
Geneva: What is changing is the steady recent climb in the number of unusual wines that you might not expect to find here.
Why would you drink wine from grapes you’ve never heard of unless you’re on your honeymoon or an exotic vacation? Just when you thought you were starting to understand wine because you could rattle off the names of a few grape varieties and even briefly describe the kind of wines they give, someone gets excited […]
For months I’ve been planning to bring my knowledge of the wines at La Cave de Genève up to date. I have tasted the improvements in the canton’s wines, and given that this winery is the largest one, producing about one-third of the wines, I wanted to understand what is going on. Yesterday I finally […]