The young Swiss wine producers group showcases the changing landscape of Swiss wine, where the focus is strongly on precision, quality, retaining close ties to the land and making wine that reflects it.
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Switzerland has been a laggard for wine tourism, which has been successfully expanding in France and Italy for several years. France, for example, went from 7.5 million wine tourists in 2009 to more than 10 million in 2016 – with an increase of 40% more foreign tourists. Wineries everywhere are suffering from greater competition and […]
The Washington Post carries an article about Swiss wine, which is nicely written and some good wines are listed, plus it draws the attention of a wider audience to Swiss wines, all to the good. It also has all the usual clichés (chocolate, cheese, tiny number exported, etc.) that you get when a writer helicopters […]
Ellen Wallace on the landscape of Swiss wine: I had my first glass of Chasselas in Vevey in the early 1980s. I quickly fell in love and decided to learn about Swiss wine as I began to travel the country regularly from my base in Paris where I worked as a news journalist (French wine was […]
Vaud cooperative making strong comeback Cave de la Côte in Tolochenaz, near Morges, is one of Switzerland’s largest wineries and a highly regarded cooperative, for some years now one of the pioneers that has helped us redefine positively what it means to be a coop. Head oenologist Rodrigo Banto has been making award-winning wines […]