We offer you 2 kinds of Boxes at MesVignerons to satisfy your needs and your taste desires.
which is composed of white, red and rosé specialties from 3 different cantons. We offer you a journey through the Swiss cantons to taste their nectars, but also to get to know Switzerland through the winemakers and their treasures in the bottle. Immerse yourself in this journey with a glass of wine in one hand and your Wine Bulletin in the other. Have a nice trip!
This Box is ideal if you want to discover other grape varieties and wines that are more aromatic, sweet, powerful, extravagant or even out of the ordinary. The Swiss Box will also allow you to sharpen your palate and increase your tasting panel.
Let yourself be surprised by the fantasy of Swiss wine makers who vinify their precious vintages with emotion.
For the 6-bottle box, you will discover between 3 and 6 winemakers.
is composed of white, red and rosé specialties according to the season and the canton. This Box is ideal if you wish to discover several cantons from the 26 corners of Switzerland.
The Cantonal Box will also allow you to sharpen your palate and increase your tasting panel while traveling through Switzerland.
Ready to travel? Looking for diversity? Ready to discover different grape varieties and shades?
Let's go for an adventure to discover Switzerland! It's YOUR Box!
The cantons chosen in the subscriptions are the same as the single cantonal boxes currently on sale.
For the 6-bottle box, you will discover 3 winemakers per canton/month and thus 2 bottles per winemaker.
How do we select the wines which you will find in the different boxes ?
A taste selection, as well as a geographic selection done by professionals is done for every bottle which is chosen by us. Swiss wine is 6 regions, 6 identities and about 240 grapes.
6 regions :
Swiss Germany 19%
Three Lakes 5%
The biggest grapes (approx. 75% of cultures) :
Pinot noir is the most planted grape (4’430 ha)
Chasselas is right behind (4’073 ha)
Gamay is in third place (1’550 ha)
Merlot is the fourth most planted grape (1’000 ha)
Müller-Thurgau is the second most planted white grape (487 ha)