This is a wonderful book that gathers up several scientific threads from several fields and makes them accessible to a lay public. The subject: how geology has formed the landscape that gave birth to Swiss vineyards and thus Swiss wines and the impact of all of this on contemporary wines.
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I spent a happy Saturday in February tasting some very good Spanish wines in Zurich, at the Robert Parker Matter of Taste – the wines at the public tasting are all rated 90 or above, so it was a powerhouse kind of day. Most were from the north of Spain, with an exciting dash over […]
It’s hard to stay focused at a good wine fair. I went to Bern recently to visit Vinumrarum, an annual weekend wine fair for independent family wineries. I decided to focus on Petite Arvine wines. The more people who make this increasingly popular wine (Valais produced 1.9 million kg Arvine grapes in 2016, about 100,000 […]
The Swiss-German wine region is spread out across Switzerland, from Basel in the northwest to Graubünden in the southeast. Under the group name of Offene Weinkeller Deutschweiz, and working with Zurich-based Swiss Wine Connection, wineries […]
Zurich Wineport is 2014 theme ZURICH, SWITZERLAND – The city of Zurich is host Monday 25 August to a popular urban wine-tasting fair, the Memoire & Friends event. The fair has been organized for the past five years at the end of summer by the Mémoire des Vins Suisses group. This year’s theme is Zurich […]