Switzerland's Secrets

Switzerland's Secrets
Dézaley vineyard above Lake Geneva in the Vaud region.
Feb 28, 2019

Switzerland offers a treasure trove of discoveries for wine lovers. And though finding Swiss bottles stateside might prove challenging, it's worth the effort. The problem can also be overcome by traveling there. Swiss wine tourism is growing each year, with many wineries opening up their tasting rooms to enable tourists to enjoy and learn. No longer a secret, Swiss wines are a gateway to Alpine pleasure.

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