The real reason I love this book is that it has a soul and a vision. It brings together Tinguely’s love for fine cuisine, terroir foods and a slow food approach to cooking and eating, plus his clear vision of what Swiss wine can be.
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The Swiss Wine Guide 2009-2010, published 7 November 2008 – CHF39 Available in bookstores and Naville kiosks in French, German, English 450 producers listed, introductions to the six wine regions of Switzerland a co-publication of Ringier Romandie SA and Vinea, wine association based in Sierre The road to great Swiss wines today When is a […]
Holiday and gift-giving time is not far off, and this year you should consider some good books for wine fans. My four top choices, three of which are in French, are: Cepages Suisses, histoire et origines, by José Vouillamoz, out this week Gault & Millau Guide Suisse 2018, published in October Guide Bleu 2017/18, published […]
International judge, writer and Swiss wine specialist makes your Vinea visit easier GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – Join GenevaLunch editor and Swiss wine specialist Ellen Wallace for a personalized introduction to Switzerland’s fine wines during a 70-minute visit Saturday 1 September to the beautiful outdoor Vinea Swiss wines fair, in cooperation with Vinea: The CHF60 fee will […]
Bergli, an English language publisher in Basel, has two new books out that are relevant here: Gardens Switzerland and The Landscape of Swiss Wine. The first, about large public and private gardens, is a gem. The wine book has good points but is significantly flawed.[…]