The Mandelbärli – "almond teddy bear" – is the house
speciality, and the perfect gift to bring back from Bern.
Original vanilla, plus a variety of new flavours.
This local bakery, confectionary and chocolate shop has an extensive range of Gstaad specialities on offer, including Saane Gibeni, Gstaad nut cake and Pavés de...
Local farmers deliver their milk, produced using natural and silo-free methods, to the Glauser family at this cheese factory. Here it is made into Emmentaler AOC, a...
This family business produces its own wine, as well as
delicious Ticino specialities, which can all be bought on site. Tastings on request.
This is where people from the Saanenland come to buy fresh and cured meat and meat products, made by locals for locals, and, of course, for food-loving guests too.
The oil mill at Sévery is one of the few still in existence that produce nut, seed, and other speciality oils in the traditional way.
The true treasures of the Lake Geneva Region are wine, cheese and other fine food products: most are available at
these taste-tempting shops.
The Bracher family takes great pride in producing beetroot
salad, berry wines, and liqueurs: all specialities that carry the "Ämmitaler Ruschtig" regional quality label.
With 36 hectares of vineyards spread across five estates, the city of Lausanne is the largest public vineyard owner in Switzerland.
Maréchal cheese is hand made here. This hard cheese, made from pure milk, has a subtle but rustic flavour, thanks to the herbs sprinkled on it while it matures.
Up on the hill of the small village of Grandvaux, two generations of the Vogel family will welcome you onto their beautiful estate in the heart of the Lavaux region....
Here the speciality is the Bon Vaudois, a semi-hard cheese,
whose unique flavour is a result of the addition of Chasselas
wine and aging with crushed walnuts.