Wine Country Switzerland
Small but exclusive – this applies not only to the Switzerland wine country itself but also to the wines that are produced in the different Swiss wine regions. The best wines are of extremely high quality and are fantastically fine and very noble.
Vineyards of Switzerland wine country occupies around 15,000 hectares and the wines are mainly produced in the south part of the country. Swiss wine regions, Geneva, Neuchâtel, Ticino, Valais, and Vaud, boasts breathtaking terraced vineyard landscapes, lakes, snow-covered peaks, and diversity wine wines.
Valais, which houses the pyramid-shaped Matterhorn, luxurious alpine resorts, and first-class wineries in the Rhône Valley, has 5000 hectares and is home to Swiss flagship wine, Petite Arvine.
Explore Lavaux is one of the most popular and charming Swiss wine regions located in Vaud and it extends from Lausanne to Vevey-Montreux. Terrace vineyards of Lavaux, which dates back to the 11th century, are protected by UNESCO for the significant cultural value.
Discover Switzerland wine country with us, admire the Alpine scenery, walk through the vineyards, meet the winemakers, and enjoy exquisite Swiss wines paired with Alpine food.