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Lavaux Vinorama, St-Saphorin-Lavaux

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  • We watched a short film on the year in the life a winemaker from the Lavaux area. Interesting to realize how much work it is to be a winemaker - we watched in English. We followed that with a wine tas...  more »
  • Very nice place in front of the Lake a nice area for wines of the region, place of parks in front of a good address to have a good drink in a good place!
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  • We went here with Swiss relatives. What a lovely surprise. We tasted delicious wines from the region and watched an informative film on how the wine is made in the region (in English!) Highly recommen...  more »
  • Excellent little place. Good selection of swiss wines. Great movie is shown in a cool room downstairs (the year of a wine maker, ~20 minutes)
  • Very interesting place for people who are interested in the wines of Lavaux. We have the impression that they are all. The only reservation I have is that the choice of wines that can be enjoyed by the glass is slightly limited compared to the number of exposed bottles. Otherwise fine.
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  • Very nice place. Very interesting documentary on the making of the wine. Servers/winemakers at the height of the place and the wines on offer.
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  • Beautiful location, but much too stuffed with tourists. Accordingly short clearance of the guests at a wine tasting.
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  • Whatever, keep Japanese expectations? I think it is! Clerk is less then a and France, are the subject of ~-~-I chatter and not in, so flick well France language fluency if problems! And that is also good! Wine is very good! I bought 3 books and drink in Japan!
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