Cave des Lauriers, Jungo & Fellmann

Neuchâtel, Switzerland


Situated at the foot of the Château de Cressier, the Cave des Lauriers is accommodated on farm premises dating from 1505, giving the estate a historic and mysterious feel. The vineyard grounds, planted in limestone soil and facing due south, are located in the Entre-deux-Lacs region, i.e. between Lake Neuchâtel and Lake Biel, and cover the lower slopes of the Jura.

The Jungo and Fellmann cousins avoid the supermarket chain and prefer to sell to private individuals. The two winegrowers like to follow the entire cultivation of the vines, from pruning to bottling.

Cave des Lauriers, Jungo & Fellmann
Rue du Château 6
2008 Cressier

An unforgettable battle

An award-winning Neuchâtel wine in Lausanne. Familiar with prizes and competitions, the Cave des Lauriers has gained notoriety in its region, notably by winning first prize at the Mondial du Chasselas for four consecutive years.
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The Neuchâtel fog

A very special vinification for a really special wine. "The Neuchâtelois put the fog in the bottle": this is how the Cave des Lauriers's Unfiltered is defined.
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Our history

  • 1995

    Jean-Marc Jungo, Christian's cousin, joins the family winery.

  • 1991

    Arthur Jungo hands over the estate to his grandson Christian Fellmann, giving birth to the Jungo-Fellmann Winery.

  • 1949

    Arthur Jungo joins forces with his brother-in-law, under the name La Cave des Lauriers Ruedin-Jungo.

  • 1879

    Creation of the Cave des Lauriers by the Ruedin families.

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