Grapes

Switzerland represents 0.2% of the world's vineyards. In total there are 252 grape varieties, 168 of which are accepted as cantonal AOCs by the Federal Statistical Office (OFS). The grape varieties are listed in three families. The natives: traditional grape varieties that have a close and often exclusive link with Switzerland.
Imported: these are imported grape varieties which, today, are fully part of the grapes grown in Swiss vineyards, such as Pinot Noir, Gamay or Merlot.
Creations: this category includes crosses between two varieties of Vitis vinifera, created by man to bring out a quality (precocity, tannin, colour, aroma).

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German-speaking Switzerland
Three Lakes
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Valais
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Grape variety White40 HA

Amigne


Grape variety White19 HA

Bondola


Grape variety Red83 HA

Cabernet Franc


Grape variety Red39 HA

Cabernet Jura


Grape variety White405 HA

Chardonnay


Grape variety White3573 HA

Chasselas


Grape variety White10 HA

Completer


Grape variety Red157 HA

Cornalin


Grape variety Red130 HA

Diolinoir


Grape variety Red74 HA

Divico


Grape variety White8 HA

Divona


Grape variety White37 HA

Doral


Grape variety Red60 HA

Galotta


Grape variety Red435 HA

Gamaret


Grape variety Red1114 HA

Gamay


Grape variety Red230 HA

Garanoir


Grape variety White27 HA

Humagne Blanche


Grape variety Red142 HA

Humagne Rouge


Grape variety Red1271 HA

Merlot


Grape variety White437 HA

Müller-Thurgau


Grape variety White245 HA

Petite Arvine


Grape variety White238 HA

Pinot gris


Grape variety Red3802 HA

Pinot Noir


Grape variety White27 HA

Räuschling


Grape variety White210 HA

Sauvignon blanc


Grape variety White223 HA

Savagnin blanc


Grape variety White310 HA

Silvaner


Grape variety Red205 HA

Syrah


Switzerland. Naturally.