Wine from Graub��nden

B��ndner Herrschaft

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Hotel Saratz

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Hotel Saratz

Pontresina: Alp Languard

Pontresina: Alp Languard

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza III

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza III

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Ausblick Restaurant Languard

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Ausblick Restaurant Languard

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza II

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza II

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza I

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza I

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Morteratsch: Camping Plauns Pontresina

Morteratsch: Camping Plauns Pontresina

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Diavolezza, Pontresina

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Diavolezza, Pontresina

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza - Piz Palü

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza - Piz Palü

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Piz Palü und Piz Bernina

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Piz Palü und Piz Bernina

Pontresina: Grand Hotel Kronenhof

Pontresina: Grand Hotel Kronenhof

Bergün: Blick auf das Dorf und die Albulalinie

Bergün: Blick auf das Dorf und die Albulalinie

Bergün: Bahnhof

Bergün: Bahnhof

Bergün: Kurhaus

Bergün: Kurhaus

Bergün: Dorf

Bergün: Dorf

Spinas: Trais Fluors

Spinas: Trais Fluors

Samedan: Flughafen Oberengadin, Richtung West

Samedan: Flughafen Oberengadin, Richtung West

Samedan: Flughafen Oberengadin, Richtung Ost

Samedan: Flughafen Oberengadin, Richtung Ost

Samedan: St. Moritz - Muottas Muragl

Samedan: St. Moritz - Muottas Muragl

Samedan

Samedan

Lenz: Urdenfürggli

Lenz: Urdenfürggli

Stürvis: Stierva

Stürvis: Stierva

Filisur: Bahnhof

Filisur: Bahnhof

Brusio: Kreisviadukt

Brusio: Kreisviadukt

Miralago: Lago di Poschiavo - Piz Varuna

Miralago: Lago di Poschiavo - Piz Varuna

Le Prese: GR

Le Prese: GR

Bernina Hospiz: Passo Bernina

Bernina Hospiz: Passo Bernina

Alp Grüm: Berninalinie

Alp Grüm: Berninalinie

Bernina Hospiz: Passo del Bernina

Bernina Hospiz: Passo del Bernina

Even the Romans loved the wine from the B��ndner Herrschaft (Graub��nden���s Rhine Valley). The sought-after, characteristic Pinot Noir, however, did not become endemic until the beginning of the 17th century.

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The young mercenaries and farmers��� sons from Graub��nden brought the Pinot Noir shoots from Burgundy to the B��ndner Herrschaft, the most northern part of Graub��nden, in around 1630. The clever ���B��ndner��� inhabitants were quick to realize that the Pinot Noir vine thrived in the region���s special climate and on the slatey soil. Within seven years, ninety percent of the vines had been replaced by the Pinot Noir.
���Switzerland���s Burgundy��� stretches along the Rhine from Bonaduz to Fl��sch. The mild climate, the foehn wind and the lime-rich soil are ideal for the vines ��� and evidently perfect for the typical Pinot Noir vine.

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