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.
Chasselas, Switzerland’s iconic white wine, is now on the Robert Parker radar. This is clearly good news for Swiss wineries that produce it – and since it is the second-most widely planted grape in the country, this counts. Chasselas has also inched onto Jancis Robinson’s radar, and Hugh Johnson was talking happily about it back […]
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 […]