Summer contest: The taste of summer in Switzerland

Discover and taste Swiss wines all summer long, in restaurants, wine tourism outlets or directly from the winemakers. Participate in our summer contest and win attractive prizes.

©Swiss Wine Promotion

Summer contest

From June 15th to August 15th, 2024, take part in our summer competition and try to win one of the following prizes:

  • 1st prize: A voucher worth CHF 1000 for your next wine tourism activities available on the Swiss Wine Tour website.

  • 2nd prize: 3 times a Magnum bottle of Swiss wine.

  • 3rd prize: 5 times a Swiss Wine Apéritif bag (isothermal backpack, corkscrew, drop-stop, bottle of wine, “Swiss vineyard” brochure).

To enter, simply fill in the form below (from June 19th). The draw will take place on August 16, 2024.

Summer contest entry form

Fill in the form for your chance to win one of the prizes.


When the days are long and the temperatures soar, the desire to spend time outdoors grows. Whether on a shady terrace, on the shore of a lake, in the garden or on a hike - a fresh rosé, a sparkling white wine or a light red always goes well.

The best way to enjoy these wonderful moments is with a wine from Switzerland, as the local wine production offers a great variety that always provides surprising taste experiences.

The motto “Taste the of summer in Switzerland” invites you to experience and enjoy Swiss wines throughout the summer in restaurants, wine tourism or directly from the winegrowers.

Enjoy the summer and experience Swiss wines in a different way!


Swiss Wine Summer encourages consumers to drink more Swiss wines. The campaign also motivates restaurants to offer a good selection of local wines and include them on the menu.

Anyone looking for restaurants with a large selection of Swiss wines will find what they are looking for on Swiss Wine Gourmet - over 1000 restaurants are listed here.

Chamoson (VS) ©Switzerland Tourism, ©Christian Meixner


All six wine regions in Switzerland offer a wide range of activities and experiences related to viticulture. Whether it's an educational tasting, a hike through the vines or an adventure for the whole family - you'll never be bored in the Swiss vineyards.

Cave Chappaz, Fully (VS) ©Switzerland Tourism, ©Christian Meixner


Several thousand winemakers in Switzerland pursue the goal of producing outstanding wines from their grapes. Many of them try to work in harmony with nature as much as possible - and to get the best out of the local terroir.

Switzerland. Naturally.