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Bündnerfleisch: first-class

Top-quality beef, dried for 10 to 15 weeks in the fresh alpine air: that is the secret of Bündnerfleisch (not forgetting a special mixture of herbs and spices). Enjoy it sliced wafer-thin, with crispy bread and a glass of Graubünden wine – and you can almost taste the mountains. more

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Basel wine: from great grapes

At lower elevations, bathed in sunshine, are the vineyards that produce the grapes from which the Basel Region's fine wines are made. Winemakers... more

Basel wine: from great grapes
Lummelbraten: succulent roast

Lummelbraten: succulent roast

Fillet of beef roasted pink, flavoured with garlic, and served with carrots, celery and a rich red-wine sauce: gourmets' mouths water even at the... more

Bündnerfleisch: first-class

Top-quality beef, dried for 10 to 15 weeks in the fresh alpine air: that is the secret of Bündnerfleisch (not forgetting a special mixture of herbs and spices). Enjoy it sliced wafer-thin, with crispy bread and a glass of Graubünden wine – and you can almost taste the mountains.

Bündnerfleisch: first-class

Basel wine: from great grapes

At lower elevations, bathed in sunshine, are the vineyards that produce the grapes from which the Basel Region's fine wines are made. Winemakers here are regarded as especially innovative, and the area under cultivation is growing continually – the best proof of the quality of the grapes here. A speciality is Hypokras, a herbal wine enjoyed at New Year.

Basel wine: from great grapes

Lummelbraten: succulent roast

Fillet of beef roasted pink, flavoured with garlic, and served with carrots, celery and a rich red-wine sauce: gourmets' mouths water even at the thought. Lummelbraten (or Lümmelibraten) is one of the highlights of the region's gastronomic heritage – along with Basler Schunggebegräbnis (pasta with ham), Landmetzgete meat platters in November and Basel-style salmon.

Lummelbraten: succulent roast