La Maison du Gruyère AOP

Le Gruyère AOP cheese is produced in ample quantities. 29'000 tons of the hard cheese are made annually. It bears the registered trademark AOP (indicating its origin). There is a modern show dairy that produces Le Gruyère AOP cheese, the "La Maison du Gruyère". more

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Everyone loves chocolate

Happiness that you can eat.

Switzerland is chocolate heaven. Swiss chocolatiers invented milk chocolate – and made it into the most... more
Everyone loves chocolate
Museum of grapes and wine, Boudry

Museum of grapes and wine, Boudry

The impressive Château de Boudry, which rises above the Neuchâtel vineyards, is home to a fascinating museum devoted to the development of grape... more

La Maison du Gruyère AOP

Le Gruyère AOP cheese is produced in ample quantities. 29'000 tons of the hard cheese are made annually. It bears the registered trademark AOP (indicating its origin). There is a modern show dairy that produces Le Gruyère AOP cheese, the "La Maison du Gruyère".

Le Gruyère AOP cheese is produced in ample quantities. 29'000 tons of the hard cheese are made annually. It bears the registered trademark AOP (indicating its origin). There is a modern show dairy that produces Le Gruyère AOP cheese, the "La Maison du Gruyère".

Everyone loves chocolate

Happiness that you can eat.

Switzerland is chocolate heaven. Swiss chocolatiers invented milk chocolate – and made it into the most popular sweet treat in the world. It’s no surprise that Switzerland tops the world in chocolate consumption.

Sweet dreams.

“Nine out of ten people like chocolate. The tenth is lying.” (Graffiti scrawled on a wall ). Every Swiss child would agree: their favourite afternoon snack has always been bread and chocolate. During the more than 400 years since Columbus became the first European to see cocoa beans, Switzerland has come to the forefront of chocolate manufacturing worldwide.

Everyone loves chocolate

Museum of grapes and wine, Boudry

The impressive Château de Boudry, which rises above the Neuchâtel vineyards, is home to a fascinating museum devoted to the development of grape varieties and winegrowing over the centuries. The château also has a wine bar that offers local wines and other products for tasting.