Schaffhausen’s “Blauburgunderland”

Schaffhausen: Vordergasse

Schaffhausen: Vordergasse

Schaffhausen: Schönbühl Essen Tagungen Fest

Schaffhausen: Schönbühl Essen Tagungen Fest

Wilchingen: Rossberg

Wilchingen: Rossberg

Laufen: Rheinfall

Laufen: Rheinfall

Neuhausen am Rheinfall: Blick Richtung Nordosten

Neuhausen am Rheinfall: Blick Richtung Nordosten

The realm of the Pinot Noir grape – the queen of all red wines – lies in Schaffhausen.

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There is a long love story connecting the Schaffhausen Blauburgunderland with its wine. After studying the old manuscripts written about the expert Roman winegrowers, monks and nuns introduced and developed viniculture here. Today, the Schaffhauserland is home to the largest contiguous winegrowing region in German-speaking Switzerland. This grape is grown on 3 out of every 4 vines in the canton. The region was named after the grape, since all effort, expertise and love is devoted to tending for this noble variety. The highest quality, diversity and an experience that transcends the wine itself. You can taste the passion that goes into making these wines at the numerous cellars, the Wine Museum or on the Wine Trail, one of many idyllic footpaths and bike trails through the area.

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