From the plains of Geneva to the Alps of Valais, from the countryside of Fribourg to the mountains of Graubünden, the Swiss terroir abounds with wine treasures that are often far too little known
As the cultural cradle of wine, France offers one of the richest varieties of terroirs and regions in Europe. Auvergne, Loire, Alsace, Burgundy, so many names that invite you to travel and discover
Richness of the soil, proximity of the Mediterranean Sea, autochthonous grape varieties, Catalonia is one of the leading regions of Spain, and has been leading for a few years in terms of viticulture and vinification respectful of the living
Italy can boast of being one of the countries with the most different grape varieties, from the extreme north of the country, in Piedmont or Liguria, to the islands of Sicily or Pantelleria, a cultural heritage magnified by many craftspeople
Getting more and more known for its wine production, Austria has indeed many assets in this field. Grünerveltiner and Blaufränkisch have their place, from Wachau to Burgenland, where family estates flourish, from the Alpine plains to the banks of the Neusiedlersee
Belgium is the unconditional home of beer, and for many people it is synonymous with this hopped drink of a quality rarely equaled outside its borders... Recently, the climate has allowed a few skilled wine growers to plant vines here as well, with exciting results
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