Wines from Lake Zurich

Maritime vibes from the bottle

The lake, sun and wine - these three just belong together. Being the fifth largest lake in Switzerland, Lake Zurich not only attracts visitors with its numerous public baths, the so-called Badis, it also offers excellent terroirs for winegrowing on its shores. The area around the lake has a range of interesting vineyards just waiting to be discovered by you.

Get to know regional icons such as the grape variety 'Räuschling', commonly known as 'Zürichrebe' or 'Züriwiss'. This white wine variety has been a native of Lake Zurich for over 300 years now and had a successful comeback about 10 years ago. Previously frowned upon as being too acidic, it now impresses with its fresh, light wines and a vivid but pleasant acidity. But better see and get a glimpse of the wines from this region yourself!

We present: two exceptional white wines from Lake Zurich

A collaboration which is also a declaration of love for a grape variety and a seagoing wine.

Wine highlights from Lake Zurich

A variety of excellent wines that reflect their terroir.

For special moments

Toast with these elegant sparkling wines from Lake Zurich.

See where they come from

These top vineyards have more in common than just their location.

  • Lüthi Weinbau
    Gault&Millau Top 150

    Lüthi Weinbau

    Zürich, Switzerland — Rico Lüthi
  • Weingut Rütihof

    Weingut Rütihof

    Zürich, Switzerland — Monica Hasler Bürgi
  • Schwarzenbach Weinbau
    Mémoire des Vins Suisses

    Schwarzenbach Weinbau

    Zürichsee, Switzerland — Marilen Muff & Alain Schwarzenbach
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