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October 2017 Tasting – a spectacle of senses for Andreas Larsson

October 2017 Tasting
a spectacle of senses for Andreas Larsson


More than 500 wines from France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Moldova, Germany, Switzerland, Georgia, Turkey, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay have been tasted 100% blind the last week by Andreas Larsson, Best Sommelier of the World (2007). The tasting took place in Bordeaux, the world wine capital and was a veritable spectacle of sense for our great sommelier.

Winemakers from 12 wine producing countries have submitted their wines in a competition where all the participants – from the Bordeaux Grands Crus to the youngest wineries of the New World – were treated exactly the same. The most affordable and the most expensive wines benefited from the exact same treatment during transport, storage and service, which guarantee perfectly objective and trustworthy tasting results.

We invite you to enjoy few photos from this amazing week of tasting and add to your collection the best red wines from Switzerland blind tasted by Andreas Larsson in 2017.


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WINE OF THE DAY:

Monday 16
Weinstamm – 4 2014
Switzerland – Suisse Alemanique – Schaffhausen – Pinot Noir Selection – Red

91 points

Tuesday 17
Ciprian – Pinot Noir 2014
Switzerland – Suisse Alemanique – Graubünden – Red

90 points

Wednesday 18
Kellerei Kloster Einsiedeln – Konvent 2014
Switzerland – Suisse Alemanique – Leutschen – Pinot Noir – Red

89 points

Thursday 19
Weingut Familie Zahner – Truttiker 2013
Switzerland – Suisse Alemanique – Zurich – Pinot Noir – Red

89 points

Friday 20
Weingut Wolfer – Sequana 2015
Switzerland – Suisse Alemanique – Thurgau Weinfelden – Pinot Noir – Red

88 points

Saturday 21
Weingut Hammerli – Pinot Noir Barrique 2013
Switzerland – Suisse Alemanique – Bern – Pinot Noir Barrique – Red

87 points 

Sunday 22
Weinstamm – 9 2009
Switzerland – Suisse Alemanique – Schaffhausen – Pinot Noir Estate Reserve – Red

91 points

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