Eastern Switzerland

Eastern Switzerland

Wine regions – Along the Roman trade route on Lake Zürich and in the Rhine Valley, Roman settlements sprung up. In the year 300 A.D. wine was grown on many of the south facing hillsides.
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Lake Geneva Region

Lake Geneva Region

Wine regions – The Canton of Vaud is increasingly becoming a wine-growing region whose wine meets the highest international standards. This landscape is waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.
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Schaffhausen Wine Museum

Schaffhausen Wine...

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Heida Village and Europe's Highest Vineyard

Heida Village and...

Marveling at records – The pearl of the Alpine...more

Eastern Switzerland

Wine regions – Along the Roman trade route on Lake Zürich and in the Rhine Valley, Roman settlements sprung up. In the year 300 A.D. wine was grown on many of the south facing hillsides.

Along the Roman trade route on Lake Zürich and in the Rhine Valley, Roman settlements sprung up. In the year 300 A.D. wine was grown on many of the south facing hillsides.

Eastern Switzerland
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Lake Geneva Region

Wine regions – The Canton of Vaud is increasingly becoming a wine-growing region whose wine meets the highest international standards. This landscape is waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.

The Canton of Vaud is increasingly becoming a wine-growing region whose wine meets the highest international standards. This landscape is waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.

Lake Geneva Region
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Schaffhausen Wine Museum

Wine Specials – Schaffhausen Wine Museum

The history of viticulture in the canton of Schaffhausen dates back to the Roman era. Monks contributed significantly to the spread of wine cultivation and Schaffhausen became Switzerland’s most important supplier of wine.

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Heida Village and Europe's Highest Vineyard

Marveling at records – The pearl of the Alpine wines comes from Europe's highest vineyard. The vineyard terraces lie close to each other in rows on the southern slope, below the Heida village of Visperterminen. The Valais sun ripens the special grapes that yield a special wine.

The pearl of the Alpine wines comes from Europe's highest vineyard. The vineyard terraces lie close to each other in rows on the southern slope, below the Heida village of Visperterminen. The Valais sun ripens the special grapes that yield a special wine.

Heida Village and Europe's Highest Vineyard
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