Tête de Moine AOP

The delicious cheese from the Jura, savoured in delicate rosettes. Tête de Moine AOP (“monk’s head”) is a cylindrical, semi-hard cheese weighing around 800 grams (almost 2 pounds) with a silky body that easily melts in your mouth more

Chillon

Alpine culture, alpine cheese-making...

The Diemtigtal includes the largest alpine cheese-making area in Switzerland. The tasty mountain cheese is very much in demand. Many farms give... more

Alpine culture, alpine cheese-making Diemtigtal
Samnaun Dairy

Samnaun Dairy

This alpine dairy produces Samnauner Bergkäse (Samnaun mountain cheese) and was the first alpine show-dairy to invite visitors to see how cheese is... more

Tête de Moine AOP

The delicious cheese from the Jura, savoured in delicate rosettes. Tête de Moine AOP (“monk’s head”) is a cylindrical, semi-hard cheese weighing around 800 grams (almost 2 pounds) with a silky body that easily melts in your mouth

The delicious cheese from the Jura, savoured in delicate rosettes.

Tête de Moine AOP (“monk’s head”) is a cylindrical, semi-hard cheese weighing around 800 grams (almost 2 pounds) with a silky body that easily melts in your mouth.

Alpine culture, alpine cheese-making Diemtigtal

The Diemtigtal includes the largest alpine cheese-making area in Switzerland. The tasty mountain cheese is very much in demand. Many farms give visitors the chance to observe the cheese-making, for example the organic alpine dairy on the Schwarzenberg Alp in the Wiriehorn area. Here you can watch the cheese being made while you enjoy a "typical Swiss" brunch.

Samnaun Dairy

This alpine dairy produces Samnauner Bergkäse (Samnaun mountain cheese) and was the first alpine show-dairy to invite visitors to see how cheese is made.

At the first Alpine show dairy one can buy cheese and experience a special Alpine atmosphere.