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The Landscape of Swiss Wine, a book by Sue Style

The latest book written by British wine writer Sue Style: "The Landscape of Swiss Wine", introduces wine-lovers and readers to Switzerland’s wines and the extraordinary landscapes that give rise to them.

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Wine Grapes

Wine Grapes is an indispensable book for every wine lover, carefully researched, written and assembled by Jancis Robinson, Julia Harding and José Vouillamoz. Where do wine grapes come from and how are vine varieties related to each other?

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Vineglorious! Switzerland’s Wondrous World of Wines, by Ellen Wallace

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.

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. The opposite of a boring encyclopedia and yet it is fairly comprehensive, pleasantly written, elegantly designed and well illustrated. While reading it you will learn about the grapes, the terroirs and the swiss wine culture. This book is a lovely Christmas gift for wine lovers. (JFG - sommelier @ swiss fine wine)


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The Chasselas from Féchy to Dézaley, by Chandra Kurt

By | April 12, 2015


Designed and written by Chandra Kurt, a German Swiss journalist, polyglot, who has published two dozen books on wine. The book “Chasselas from Féchy to Dézaley” was published in 2014 at Orell Füssli.

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Le Nez du Vin - the reference work for training your sense of smell

Le Nez du Vin by Jean Lenoir
By | November 18, 2014

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The 99 chasselas to drink before you die

Chasselas is a great variety. Yet must it be said loud and clear to let it be known. A difficult step for Swiss winemakers who struggle to put themselves forward. The challenge is even more difficult due to the fact that the grapes are more typical from the French-speaking wine region and face a significant image deficit. Frequently uprooted, it is too often confined to the ungrateful role of “quaffer” with fondue and raclette as only gastronomic opportunities.

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