GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – A morning of judging Pinot Noir wines from around the world and the judges need a break and a little educational boost.
So Friday afternoon ended with a visit to the Lavaux Vinorama, built into the rocks on the lakefront near Vevey in May 2010.
If you haven’t yet visited, do so. It’s beautifully done and offers all the producers’ wines from Lavaux at winery prices. And take the time to watch the film about a year in the life of a wine producer.
Photos: Philippe Corthey of Terravin shows the judges one of the Terravin labels that designate top-quality Vaud wines. The outside of the Vinorama.
Posted by :: Ellen Wallace on 18 August 2012 at 8:38 | permalink
GenevaLunch, 18 August 2012.
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Tags: Lavaux, Mondial des Pinots, Terravin, Vaud wines, Vinorama
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