Haus Des Weins, Berneck

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BERNECK | Haus Des Weins (House of Wines) is located close to the Swiss/Austrian border and showcases wines from 19 of the canton of St. Gallen’s winemakers. Wine production in Switzerland is small, and over 80% all Swiss wine produced remains in the domestic market. Given how hard it is to find Swiss wine outside of Switzerland, Haus Des Weins the perfect place to get a taste of what Swiss wine is all about.

Switzerland’s wine industry dates back to 1850, and the Rhine Valley between Lake Zurich and Lake Constance is home to a large number of boutique wine makers. An assortment of micro-climates means that the variety of styles produced in this part of the world is surprisingly diverse. Most of the vineyards are on steep, south-facing hillsides, particularly ideal for growing Pinot Noir and Müller-Thurgau grapes.

The tasting room, located in the basement of the striking modern wood and concrete building that Haus Des Weins occupies, is only open to the public on Saturday afternoons. If you want to visit another time, call ahead as visits are possible during other days of the week with prior arrangement. Highly recommended is enjoying a glass of wine outside, where you can enjoy the beautiful natural scenery.

Haus Des Weins also has a take away license, which means that if you find any wines that you really enjoy, you can purchase some bottles to take home.

Haus Des Weins

Obereggerstrasse 8A
Berneck
St. Gallen 9442
Switzerland

Telephone: +417 7489 2761
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sat: 11:00am to 4:00pm

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