ProWein: Switzerland represented by 17 wineries!

Swiss wines will be heading to the ProWein international wine and spirits trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, from March 10th to 12th.

Monday 26 Feb 2024

After a stop in the French capital at the Wine Paris & Vinexpo fair, Swiss wines will be heading to the ProWein international wine and spirits trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, from March 10th to 12th. For three days, there will be seven masterclasses on various themes. At the Swiss Wine stand, Hall 4 | booth C20, there will be a tasting area with over 50 references and the presence of 17 wineries:

Albert Mathier & Söhne AG

Since 1387, the Mathier family has been cultivating vines in Salquenen. Founded by Albert Mathier in 1891, the winery is a small family business. With 60 hectares of vineyards, they cultivate 30 grape varieties, including biodynamic and natural wines since 2008. A winemaking tradition enriched by years of experience, offering unique and authentic wines from vine to bottle.

Bonvin 1858

Founded in 1858, Bonvin is the oldest wine house in Valais, renowned for its controlled designation of origin appellations. On 23.5 hectares of south-facing terraced slopes, Charles Bonvin cultivates vines on limestone shale soils, producing remarkably mineral wines. In 1992, Bonvin joined forces with Philippe Varone. Together, they founded the Celliers de Champsec and developed synergies while creating Switzerland's first Oenoparc. The Bonvin house has received numerous awards and the title of "Swiss Winery of the Year" in 2024. This reflects a passion and artisanal know-how honed over more than 150 years. Today, the Celliers offer a unique meeting place between vine artisans and wine lovers.

Castello di Cantone - Vecchia Masseria

Nestled in Rancate (Ticino), Castello di Cantone extends over 5 hectares of carefully selected vineyards dating back to the 1990s. Merlot, the king of local grape varieties, is meticulously selected to create elegant and structured wines. The delicate process of grape drying, followed by vinification in concrete tanks and aging in barrels, gives rise to high-quality wines. The unique microclimate, influenced by Lake Lugano and the majestic Mount San Giorgio, gives the wines an incomparable aromatic complexity.

Cave de la Côte

Founded in 1929, Cave de La Côte embodies the tradition and innovation of Vaud viticulture. With 300 artisans on 450 hectares, it represents a quarter of the vineyard in the La Côte region on the shores of Lake Geneva (between Lausanne and Geneva). The winery vinifies renowned estates such as Château de Malessert and Domaine Kursner. Committed to organic viticulture, it was crowned Swiss Winery of the Year in 2019 and 2021 with Domaine Kursner, reflecting its commitment to sustainable culture.

Caves du Château d'Auvernier Henry Aloys Grosjean

Since 1603, Château d'Auvernier has perpetuated a winemaking tradition dating back four centuries, focusing on organic farming and respect for nature. Under the direction of the 15th generation represented by Henry Aloys Grosjean, the estate aims for energy self-sufficiency by 2030, adopting sustainable practices such as solar tiles and wood heating. Located near Lake Neuchâtel, the estate cultivates 60 hectares of vineyards, with 16 hectares belonging to the Caves du Château d'Auvernier. With limestone soils and geographical proximity to the Burgundy terroir, this vineyard produces a diverse range of quality wines.

Le Vin de l'A

Le Vin de l'A, created by Alex Stauffer in 2018, covers 4 hectares in Flanthey (Valais). Following lunar cycles, their vineyards are naturally grassed. Their philosophy: to produce authentic Valais wines without chemicals. With natural winemaking methods, such as fermentation with indigenous yeasts and no sulfites, and aging in terracotta and oak barrels, their wines express the purity of Valais grape varieties, offering vibrant and distinctive aromas.


In northern Switzerland, Klettgau is a region shaped by the Rhine for millennia. The winemaking villages of Wilchingen, Osterfingen, and Trasadingen are home to vineyards where wines are crafted with great care. Rötiberg winery, founded in 2001 by winemakers, embodies innovation and creativity, producing sustainable and memorable wines from Schaffhausen. The winery is run by a young and dynamic team that prioritizes showcasing the quality of its wines. Since 2020, the winery has been undergoing organic conversion.

Maison Henri Badoux

The Murailles d'Aigle, heart of Aigle les Murailles Chasselas, nestled in the heart of the Vaud Chablais, have been the legacy of Henri Badoux since 1908. Under the expert eye of Marjorie Bonvin, oenologist at Maison Henri Badoux, the winemakers provide care and expertise to each vine, extracting a fruity Chasselas that reveals the quintessence of this unique terroir.

Vini Delea Angelo SA

Founded in 1983 in Losone, in the heart of Ticino, Delea embodies a history of winemaking excellence. Under the passionate leadership of Angelo Delea and his sons David and Cesare, the company combines tradition and innovation. Thanks to Ticino's mild microclimate and fertile soil, it produces award-winning wines such as Diamante, Carato Merlot, Carato Riserva, and many more. With 20 hectares of vineyards and a team of over 40 people, Delea is committed to offering a unique experience with every tasting. Guided tours and events held at the production site allow visitors to discover the art of winemaking.

Vinigma GmbH

Vinigma, Basel's urban winery, stands out for its quality, innovative Swiss wines with a strong character. In collaboration with long-standing partners, top-quality grapes are vinified from various regions of Switzerland.

Wine by JET

Wine by JET, a winery on the shores of Lake Zurich, embodies exceptional terroir wines. Guided by Jonas Ettlin, Wine by JET celebrates nature by adopting a strict organic approach, from vineyard to cellar. Their commitment to quality shines through in every bottle, the result of meticulous vineyard cultivation and natural cellar processes. Their Bio-Suisse certification reflects their commitment to a sustainable viticultural future.

Wineries of German-speaking Switzerland

The regional promotion body of German-speaking Switzerland presents six wineries from three cantons: Schaffhausen, Zurich, and Graubünden. This overview allows you to discover the diversity of the German-speaking wine terroir.

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