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Lavaux Vinorama, St-Saphorin-Lavaux

(4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • During my visit to Switzerland, I heard about Lavaux Vinorama, a place to have wine testing experience. I was staying at Interlaken. I caught the train from Interlaken West to Bern. From there, I caug...  more »
  • We made a quick stop... we were actually for a ride on a motorbike at noon we stop in the parking lot.. .the time to remove our helmets to stretch to say we're going to see if there is a possibility to eat... a lady asks us if we're going to consume if no parking is private... or one or two a look at my husband and a half tour departure...
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  • Wonderful day to bike we stop on the Park time to be taken off helmets and discuss to see if there are snacks we head to the terrace by one small step in the direction of the waterfall and we here apostrophés by an elegant lady who asks us if we intend to consume because the parking is private... turn around any and so much...
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  • 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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