A vineyard landscape is always captivating, but when the hilly expanses, full of carefully arranged, freshly green sprouting rows of vines, border on a lake it almost turns the picture into a painting.
The wineries of Ticino, close to the famous Lake Maggiore, offer an indescribably beautiful view of the lake, with its small bordering villages, and one can even catch a glimpse of the country's border with Italy.
Wineries in the Lavaux region on Lake Geneva also offer exceptionally beautiful views of water and land. Due to the size of the lake, the horizon seems eternally distant. The slopes on which the winegrowers cultivate their vines there are among the steepest in Switzerland. They are laid out in terraces, often making winegrowing hard and complicated. Nevertheless, if you have the chance to visit them, you should put up with the effort: the view is priceless.