Weingut Thomas Marugg

Bündner Herrschaft, Switzerland


Five different types of wine grow on five hectares of vines on the Halde and Feld vineyards in the village of Fläsch, which is considered a gem and is the smallest wine-growing municipality in the Bündner Herrschaft region. Almost 75% of the wine bottles sold go to private customers. Harvesting is done exclusively by hand. The top site wines KRUOG, BRITTIS and RUOFANÄRA are the ambassadors of the winery and reflect the potential of the sun-drenched, steep vineyard sites Halde and Feld.

The cold maceration process is mainly used for red wines. This allows the maceration contact time to be extended, making the Pinot Noir stronger and more colourful. In addition, the Marugg winery has an architecturally beautiful underground barrique cellar, which is located in the middle of the wine-growing village of Fläsch.

Weingut Thomas Marugg
Ausserdorf 32
7306 Fläsch

Mountain air and horses as a balance

Thomas Marugg explains how he can best recover from the efforts of the wine business and recharge his batteries. Due to his passionate work as a winemaker, he has to deal with wine every day.
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Modesty despite gold at the Mondial des Pinots 2019

The Pinot Noir KRUOG, named after a special vineyard of the Marugg estate and certainly one of the flagship wines of the estate, won the gold medal at the Mondial des Pinots 2019 held in Sierre.
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Our history

  • 2005

    The winery is being expanded with an underground barrique/wood barrel cellar and a bottle storage area.

  • 1991

    An extension of the winery is carried out, a new tank and pressing room enriches the business.

  • 1980

    The winery is being expanded for the first time, a cellar building is available from now on.

  • 1960

    Total amelioration of Fläsch. As part of of this total overall amelioration, the mixed operation of agriculture and viticulture changes to a pure wine-growing operation. The Marugg Winery is born.

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