The vineyards that line the steep hillsides along the Rhine and Mosel rivers in Germany make some of the world’s finest, and longest-living white wines. Let’s take a quick look into the history, geography and grape varieties that make Germany one of the most interesting  wine......

Assyrtiko is the Greek variety that has found its way into the wine lists of top restaurants in the USA and the UK and opened the discussion about the new age of Greek wine. It originated in the volcanic island of Santorini, but it has......

Syrah is a red grape variety that gives us rich, powerful wines. It is grown all over the world today, in both hot and cool climates. It originated in the Rhône Valley of France – some of the most well-known and expensive Syrahs come from......

Xinomavro is a red grape variety indigenous to Greece. Its name is a conjecture of two Greek words: Xino that means sour and Mavro that means black and even though the grapes don’t have any particularly rich tint it does have quite high acidity. It......

Αfter a long wait, my website is finally on air !!! Here you can learn more about me and all the services Geneva Wine Society can offer you or your company. Soon you will be able to book your place for all my upcoming in-person......

Geneva Wine Society in collaboration with The Champagne Concierge bring to all Champagne lovers out there the amazing opportunity to discover the real terroir of Champagne through a carefully curated Champagne box. ⁣ The Concept Every 3 months you will have the opportunity to taste......

Chances are, we all have tasted some sort of sparkling wine, at the very least around Christmas and New Year, or when celebrating birthdays or special occasions. Many ways to make bubbles What many of us might not know is that there are many different......

High up, perched on the steep slopes of the Alps, overlooking the Rhone, we find some of Switzerland’s most stunning vineyards. The Valais (Wallis in Swiss German) is the country’s largest appellation and wine region. Viticulture has very deep roots here and with over 50......

There are more than 50 grape varieties are planted in the Valais! That’s a very big number for such a small wine region. Some of them were born or created there.  The Swiss love to enrich their own little collection of grape crossings. Grapes like......

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