Le Gruyère AOP

Le Gruyère AOP

The delicious and versatile cheese from western Switzerland. All over the world gourmets and experts appreciate Gruyère AOP for its unique flavour.more

Tête de Moine AOP

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...more

Marbach-Schangnau alpine dairy

Marbach-Schangnau...

In the Entlebuch region, just on the border with the Emmental, is the...more

The Mendrisiotto Wine Route

The Mendrisiotto...

The Mendrisiotto Wine Routemore

Le Gruyère AOP

The delicious and versatile cheese from western Switzerland. All over the world gourmets and experts appreciate Gruyère AOP for its unique flavour.

The delicious and versatile cheese from western Switzerland.

All over the world gourmets and experts appreciate Gruyère AOP for its unique flavour. This popular cheese has been made for centuries in the countryside around the village of Gruyères, and today is still produced in the traditional way in the cheese dairies of western Switzerland.

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.

Marbach-Schangnau alpine dairy

In the Entlebuch region, just on the border with the Emmental, is the Marbach-Schangnau alpine dairy. Every day, the milk from buffalo, cows and sheep in both regions is made into wonderful fresh speciality products. You can find all kinds of specialities in the newly built alpine dairy, while from the visitors' gallery you can get a glimpse of how they are produced.

The Mendrisiotto Wine Route

The Mendrisiotto Wine Route

This route leads through Mendrisiotto, a traditional wine-growing region with an abundance of testimonies to history and art, sited amidst an impressive landscape.