Art and Wine
The Wine School
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...
Schaffhausen Wine Museum
The Musée Vaudois de la Vigne et du Vin (Vine and Wine Museum) is housed in the impressive Château d'Aigle. Almost 2,000 years of wine-producing history and cultural...
The Mendrisiotto Wine Route
Glacier Wine - The "Sherry" of Valais
Like the vineyards in many other wine-growing regions, those in the Three-Lake-Country have experienced their ups and downs. The wine growing area reached the point at...
It is not know whether wine was grown in the Valais before Julius Cesar defeated the Gauls in the 1st century B.C., since there is no documentary evidence. It is...
All of Ticino's eight districts grow wine. The Ticinese vineyards benefit from region's mild climate that is almost Mediterranean in character. <br>
The first wine was grown in Geneva over 2,000 years ago. Since that time viticulture has flourished uninterruptedly in Switzerland's southwestern corner. Winegrowing...
The "Hof" in Ligerz is counted among the most beautiful houses on the left side of Lake Biel. The Hof's romantic inner courtyard, the historic décor of the rooms and...
Biel / Bienne
Adventure Paths to the Vineyards of Lake Biel
At 205 acres, the largest vineyard on Lake Biel. In La Neuveville, a popular thing to do is to hire a wine cellar for a party. If you wish, the winemakers are present...
Wine Hiking Trail in Graubünden's Rhine Valley