What do you know about the wines of Switzerland? Our very own Stephan Reinhardt recently sought out 50 memorable wines from this picturesque wine region for our Interim End of January Issue. Today, I've highlighted 10 outstanding red wines from his report. "50 Swiss Wines to Be Remembered" details mostly wines from the recent 2014 and 2015 vintages, but there are a few older vintages reviewed as well—many of which made this list! As Stephan has noted, Switzerland has a burgeoning wine scene and there is much to be excited about from both the longtime winemakers and the next generation of winemakers who are looking to help put their country's wines on the world wine map. So it's time to start exploring what Switzerland has to offer!
- 2012 Weinbau von Tscharner • Churer Blauburgunder Gian-Battista (Pinot Noir)
- 2014 Tenuta Castello di Morcote • Pio della Rocca (Merlot)
- 2014 La Maison Carrée • Pinot Noir Auvernier (Pinot Noir)
- 2014 Weingut zum Sternen • Pinot Noir Réserve Kloster Sion Klingnau (Pinot Noir)
- 2013 Jean-Pierre Pellegrin • Grand'Cour Cabernets Franc & Sauvignon (Proprietary Blend)
- 2013 Michel Rolaz • Domaine de Crochet Cuvée Charles Auguste (Proprietary Bend)
- 2014 Gialdi • Sassi Grossi (Merlot)
- 2013 D Huber • Merlot del Malcantone Montagna Magica (Merlot)
- 2014 Henri Cruchon • Raissennaz Grand Cru (Pinot Noir)
- 2014 Weingut Fromm • Malanser Pinot Noir Selvenen (Pinot Noir)
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If you’re a wine-country foodie, Santa Rosa’s new City Garden Doughnuts & Coffee is sure to have popped up on your radar. With its grand opening today on National Doughnut Day—June 2—City Garden is primed to bring locals and visitors the highest quality doughnuts they’re ever tasted.