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  • Cave de la Côte - Uvavins

    Cave de la Côte - Uvavins is Vaud’s largest cooperative dating back to 1929. Today it has 400 growers who together cultivates 415 hectares of vines. Lead oenologist Roberto Banto of Chilean origins oversee 200 wines.

    The top collection « Le Vin Vivant de Bernard Ravet » results from a collaboration between Roberto Banto and Bernard Ravet, one of Switzerland top 5 Chefs, running L’Ermitage in Vufflens-le-Château rated 19.20 at Gault & Millau for the last 20 years.

  • Domaine de Montmollin

    Since the 17th century the family de Montmollin, through various family businesses, continues the tradition of grape growing and sale of fine wines.

    Domaine de Montmollin was established in 1937 in the medieval town of Auvernier, on the North bank of Lake Neuchâtel.  The vineyards enjoy South-South West exposure allowing for the ideal amount of sunshine. The vines are always pruned using the Guyot method, with cultivation at mid-hight. These magnificent estates contribute significantly to the reputation of the vineyard and to Neuchâtel wines.

  • Domaine des Balisiers

    Domaine des Balisiers was named after a tropical flower whose scent is found in the notes of the local terroir wines. The team does not compromise on quality. Only wine from grapes grown organically is vinified on the Estate and the entire harvest is bottled at the property. Each grape variety is grown on the land that suits him best. The vineyards are mainly located on the right bank of the Rhone, in the Mandement area and around the winery in Peney. However, a few acres are planted on the left bank of the Rhone in Plan-les-Ouates and near the Castle of Sierne in Veyrier.

    Certified Demeter and BioSuisse.

  • Domaine des Landions

    Small young producer (fisrt vintage 2015; 20,000 btls) making three high-end cuvées of Pinot Noir in Neuchâtel region.

    Cuvée Les Landions 2018 won 1st place category Pinot Noir at GPVS 2020 (Grand Prix du Vin Suisse).

  • Domaine des Muses - Robert Taramarcaz

    Robert Taramarcaz craft his wines as an artist. He finds his inspiration in music and plays - hence the domaine name!

    All his wines render on such finesse and elegance.

    Robert was listed in Robert Parker's Best of 2012 for ALL his wines which is quite exceptional for a winemaker.

  • Domaine Jean-René Germanier

    Domaine Jean-René Germanier is regarded by many as one of Switzerland’s top wine producers. Founded in 1886, making it one of the oldest Swiss wineries, this family owned company is now headed by 3rd generation Jean-René and his nephew Gilles Besse. The boutique winery produces unique, modern award-winning wines such as Cayas, Mitis and Champmarais Cornalin, which are enjoyed at the best tables in Europe.

  • Domaine La Colombe - Raymond & Laura Paccot

    Family estate run by Raymond Paccot and daughter Laura, 2nd and 3rd generation owners with a philosophy "In praise of slowness".
    Well renowned winemaker for their work extracting the best of the terroir.

    Pioneer in the elaboration of gastronomy wines along with his friend Frédy Girardet, Top 1 Swiss Chef of all times (also titled Chef of the Century by Gault Millau along with Paul Bocuse and Joël Robuchon).

    Raymond is an innovator that works very closely with the nature. He moved the domain to biodynamic winemaking in year 2000. Exigency, rigor and precision are his keywords.

    Listed in the The World Greatest Wines from Bettane & Desseauve.

  • Gantenbein

    Swiss boutique winery with the most international recognition. Mostly known for its Pinot Noir that rivals top Burgundy's!
    Martha and Daniel Gantenbein has achieve cult status within the Swiss wine industry. The annual production of Pinot Noir is around 25,000 bottles.
    Very hard to get even within Switzerland!
  • Gérald Clavien - Cave les Deux Crêtes

    Gérald Clavien - Cave les Deux Crêtes is a top boutique winery delivering 98% of its production to gastronomy restaurants, five star hotels and palaces. Gérald Clavien worked as a Top Chef in Michelin rated restaurants in Europe and in the US before taking over the family business in the early 80’s. As a fine gastronome, his wines are made to be appreciated with modern fine food.

  • Gialdi & Brivio Vini

    One of the finest winery from Ticino.

    Modern winery with avant-garde cellar producing a very convincing range of of wines of international style that confirm its role model: Bordeaux.

    Associated with Gialdi Vini since 2001.

  • Klus 177

    Antoine and Irene Kaufmann took over the family estate Domaine Nussbaumer in 2017.

    The new identity Klus 177 was unveiled in early 2019.

    Klus 177 was certified organic in January 2019, and will be certified biodynamic (Demeter) in 2020.

    Antoine and Irene Kaufmann render a series of very fresh, clean and charming natual wines.

  • Les Frères Dutruy

    For more than one hundred years the Dutruy family has grown wine in the village of Founex where they established the estate of “la Treille”. Today the Dutruy brothers manage all the wines produced from different grape varieties of two estates: the family estate in Founex and the estate of “la Doye” in Coppet. The Dutruy wines have won multiple awards, in particular they have created a range of exceptional wines called "Les Romaines” (the Romans). These wines are produced from a selection of grapes from the best vineyards.

  • Luc Massy

    Well established winemaker family since the end of the 19th century in a domain dating back to the 17th century producing top of the line Dézaley and Epesses AOC’s.

    Famed especially for its iconic Dézaley Chemin de Fer Grand Cru.
  • Provins Valais

    Provins Valais has roots that date back to 1920. A cooperative of 5,000 winegrowers, it is the largest wine producer in Valais and Switzerland, and is also the most awarded in the country. Lead oenologist Madeleine Gay was awarded Swiss Winemaker of the Year 2013 & 2008. Madeleine Gay has been one of the key player in the re-development of old, sometimes almost distinct, grape varieties which are nowadays the pride of Valais.
  • Schlossgut Bachtobel

    Schlossgut Bachtobel estate has been family-owned since 1784 and comprises a unique and precious blend of historic buildings, forest, vineyard and meadows. Vines have been grown here for eight generations, and it is thanks to the family’s constant striving for the highest possible quality that Bachtobel wines have achieved the leading position that they enjoy today.

  • Thomas Studach

    Thomas Studach is the leader of the new generation from Grisons / Graubünden.
    Very small estate producing only 15,000 bottles a year, mainly a top of the class Pinot Noir (12,000 bottles) that also rivals top Burgundy's
  • Tom Litwan - Litwan Wein

    TOM LITWAN is one of Switzerland rising star. Tom lived in Burgundy where he fall in love with the wines before learning the local winemaking techniques that are now bringing him fame back home in Switzerland.

    Talheim Pinot Noir Chafole was awarded Wine of the Year by Schweizerische Weinzeitung back in January.

  • Valais Mundi

    Electus - Crafted during about 10 years in secret by 4 oenologists that shared a dream to show that Switzerland can make a Grand Vin that plays along with the best BORDEAUX, SUPER-TUSCANS (Solaia, Sassicaia) and other cult wines (Almaviva, Dominus, Opus One, etc.).

  • Weingut Fromm

    Weingut Fromm is one of the most renown winery from Graubünden Canton. It was founded over 100 years ago and received its first gold medal for its oaked Pinot Noir back in 1912 !

    Renown for its very refined and elegant wines.

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