1 edition of All About Swiss Wines found in the catalog.
All About Swiss Wines
by OFD Communications, Geneva
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
SWISS WINES. We carry about a dozen different wines from Switzerland, a wonderful country with an economy which is amazing. We used to go cross-country skiing in the Engadiner Valley and I can say that the price of everything is high. A few years ago a dozen eggs cost something like $!!! Swiss wines are equally pricey. For a surcharge, you can book these meals on SWISS intercontinental flights in Economy Class. Special meals. We are pleased to make arrangements for passengers with special dietary requirements. They are available in all flight classes on all long haul flights and on selected European flights. Please order your special meal in good time.
The Valais is the biggest wine-growing canton with several hundred wine-growers there producing just over two fifths of Swiss wine. The wines in the Valais are made from approximately 50 types of grapes, some of which, such as Petite Arvine, Amigne, Humagne blanc and Humagne rouge and Cornalin, are very ancient and barely known outside the area. Treat yourself to a meal at a traditional Swiss inn, a stylish new place with an urban garden, a fine dining establishment known far beyond the national borders, or a place you might visit on a daytrip with panoramic views of the Alps. Savour the culinary diversity during your stop along the Grand Tour of Switzerland.
Swiss wine's lack of fame is not due to any lack of quality or quantity, but because it is produced mostly for (and consumed happily by) the Swiss themselves. Things are gradually changing however; the world beyond the Alps is now discovering the high quality of much Swiss Pinot Noir, and white wines made from the national flagship grape. “It’s difficult to export wine because we drink a lot” is the response I got when asking why Swiss wine does not exist on the international market. Switzerland, a tiny independent country in the heart of Europe with a population of million, is divided further by languages; French, Italian, German, and Romanche.
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All About Swiss Wines Hardcover – January 1, by Swiss Wine Growers Association (Author)5/5(1). Vineglorious. celebrates the world of contemporary fine Swiss wines, from ancient native grape varieties to Switzerland’s extraordinary geography and the handiwork of skilled artisans.
This is the first book on Swiss wines written in English in over 20 years. 'The Landscape of Swiss Wine' introduces readers to Switzerland's wines and the extraordinary landscapes that give rise to them.
Sue Style explores how vine cultivation has shaped the landscape down the centuries, and introduces the reader to Switzerland's best winemakers/5(3). An Introduction to Swiss Wine. Swiss Wine; by EXOTIC WINE TRAVEL - Janu July 6, Dr Vouillamoz is a botanist, grape geneticist, and co-author of the book Wine Grapes.
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Buyer’s guide to Swiss wine A Decanter article By Sue Style, a freelance wine, food and travel writer, whose nine books include "A Taste of Switzerland" When I started exploring and writing about Swiss wines 30 years ago, few people had heard of them beyond the borders of this tiny, mountainous, landlocked country.
Ellen Wallace is an American journalist established in Switzerland, who embraced the project of explaining Swiss wines to the Anglo Saxon community; her book Vineglorious is a compilation of short and pleasant stories about Swiss wines. Author Ellen Wallace’s passion for Switzerland – more so than its wines – comes through in the book.
The writing is overly romantic and a little overwrought at times, but this lends itself well to Switzerland’s incredible scenery, demonstrated with a loving eye all the way through.
These three regions, all Frenchspeaking except for one tip of the Valais wine area, account for about 75 percent of Swiss wines. You'll also find lovely, delicate wines to match the rolling hills around Neuchatel-Vully in the west, such as oeil-de-perdrix, a saignée-method rosé from the free-run juice of pinot noir.
According to data from the Swiss Federal Office of Agriculture, the Swiss wine production in was just over million litres (29, US gal; 24, imp gal), divided i, L (13, US gal; 11, imp gal) of white wineL (15, US gal; 12, imp gal) of red wine.
Nearly all the national production is drunk within the national. Your reference in quality Swiss wine since Discover our selection of Swiss wines and Discovery boxes with bottles by 14 Swiss winemakers from all over Switzerland, our lifestyle Gift sets for you, your loved ones or your company and our events for you, your loved ones or your company.
Swiss wines and Pataclette® (a contraction of potato and raclette) to seduce British sommeliers and buyers at the 5th annual Tribute to Sue Style It is with sadness that we have learned of the death of Sue Style, author of the recent book on Switzerland entitled "The Landscape of Swiss Wine".
A small but but legitimate wine country Wine is part of the social, cultural and culinary habits of Swiss consumers who are generally open to the wines of the world.
The country has two eminent international ambassadors: Paolo Basso, World Best Sommelier in and Dr José Vouillamoz, ampelographer, co-author with Jancis Robinson of the book «Wine Grapes» About Swiss. A brief history of Swiss wine. According to some historians, traces of the viniculture in Switzerland go all the way back to the Romans (although some traces were found leading further back because of the many Latin names).
It was the Christian church which kept the production of wine going, leading to the juice as we know it today. A lot of time, energy and investment has historically been poured into the Switzerland’s wine industry, but the Swiss enjoy the rewards, leaving a limited supply for you and : Christian Holthausen.
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Opened inthe brand new Hotel Swiss Wine Bar offers you a discovery of the swiss wines by its unique ground level a Wine Boutique sells a selection of Swiss wines. Switzerland mountain country has all the conditions forproduction of high quality wines and the mild climate and unique mountain terrain, and centuries-old traditions.
But to taste the wines of Switzerland abroad is almost impossible, because 98% of its wine production remains in. The secret attraction of Swiss wine is, well, Switzerland. To enjoy a full range of Swiss wines, you need to visit the country. This is because less than two percent of Swiss wine is exported.
The region, sub-divided into eight smaller regions, encompasses 3, hectares of vineyards—a quarter of all wine-growing areas in the country—with.
Since the recent liberation of the Swiss franc, the value of his promotional funds abroad may have soared, but so will the price of Swiss wines on export markets. Swiss wines have long seemed relatively expensive and even before the national bank’s abrupt end to the euro cap, Switzerland managed to export only % of its wine.
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See Swiss Wine for more information on this region, and for an up-to-date list of good Swiss wines to try from our Purple pagers, see Swiss wine recommendations.Enhancing quality and diversity of wine grapes in recent years after the Swiss government lifted import controls on wine, Switzerland is beginning to gain some ground aside its European neighbors.
While its main variety is the white Chasselas, more than half of Switzerland’s wine production is red.