This was once an estate of grandeur, but it has now fallen into disrepair. Casteljaloux is the closest town, maybe 5km in distance, where there is a huge swimming lake with an imported sandy beach (complete with a lifeguard), a café, bar and facilities.
The town also has an 18 hole Golf Club and riding stables; and for those truly wanting to relax, the famous spa Bains de Casteljaloux.
The main building, along with three separate dwellings (all ruins) are completely private, and are accessed via a long, private lane, very peaceful and quiet. The main building still has all the external walls, internal stone staircase and fireplaces, and it is possible to climb the stairwell and enter the first floor.
The other buildings were once dwelling houses and stables.
Mostly known for its Pinot Noir that rivals top Burgundy's!
Martha and Daniel Gantenbein has achieve cult status within the Swiss wine industry.
Domaine de Montmollin was established in 1937 in the medieval town of Auvernier, on the North bank of Lake Neuchâtel.
Swiss boutique winery with the most international recognition.
The annual production of Pinot Noir is around 25,000 bottles. One of the most renown winery from Grisons / Graubünden.
Founded over 100 years ago and received its first gold medal for its oaked Pinot Noir back in 1912 ! Family-owned since 1784 and comprises a unique and precious blend of historic buildings, forest, vineyard and meadows.
Vines have been grown here for eight generations, and it is thanks to the family’s constant striving for the highest possible quality that Bachtobel wines have achieved the leading position that they enjoy today.
Tom Litwan is one of the rising stars of Swiss winemaking despite starting making his own wines less than 10 years ago. All his wines are parcel based to reflect the pure identity of the terroir.