Vineyards the length of the upper Rhone in Valais were treated to a gentle snowfall Monday.
Swiss mountain grapes are not grown on top of peaks that are 4,000 metres high, but 3,000 or more metres lower, where they are still part of the intricate and interconnected marvel that nature has given us in the form of Alpine mountains. Their soil, their weather, the amount of sunshine and ultimately the aromas […]
Goûts et terroirs, an excellent fair The more wine tastings, competitions and other events that I attend with wine professionals, the more uncomfortable I am with that wines are almost always rated at tasting sessions without food – out of the context in which people generally drink them. Yesterday I read, on Vivino, an assessment […]