The tradition of wine and viticulture in Switzerland is very old, going back to atleast Roman times. The first bottle, made in ceramic, was found near Sembrancher (Valais), in a Celtic tomb of a lady circa 200 BC. What’s special about Swiss winemaking is that the vinification styles vary considerably throughout the country and are influenced by culture and climate. As you may know, Switzerland is divided among the French, German and Italian speaking populations each of which have their own heavily guarded secrets to winemaking. Only 1 to 2 % of Swiss wine production is exported. Much of the wine produced in Switzerland doesn’t leave the small villages in which they are made.
Vineyards mingle tray
- Our wooden products are FSC certified. They are made of birch veneer and the surface consists of melamine-dipped paper. Melamine is an organic compound and used to make our products durable. It is also the melamine that makes them water-resistant. The melamine is tightly bound in our products, something we ensure by having the products undergo a Food Contact test. Each product is a hand made piece of craft made one by one. Care instructions: Birch veneer products have been tested in restaurant dishwasher up to 95 degrees. Dry off with soap and water with a cloth Size: 24,5x20 cm