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Aigle Vineyard

The wines bearing Aigle’s quality label have an excellent reputation based on a long and rich tradition of wine production. Their qualities are especially sought after in the German part of Switzerland.

With a total surface area of 132 hectares, the Aigle wineries benefit, it has to be said, from a privileged location, in terms of both its climate and the lay of the land. White wines take the lion’s share with 110 hectares. The reds – predominantly Pinot Noir – take up around 22 hectares.

Even though several growers offer remarkable specialities which are very popular, the Aigle region is first and foremost renowned as « Chasselas » country. This vine – which is sometimes to be found under another name – is spread out over many regions worldwide.

According to research by Professor Vouillamoz in 2009, its origins can clearly be traced to the Lake Léman region. In fact, it is already talked about in Lausanne in 1302 and, in 1612, it has become known as « Lausannois ». In south Germany in 1539 one talks of « Edeldrauben », which gave way some time later to Gutedel. In Switzerland, we can find mention of the name Chasselas from 1654. It may well have travelled from the Lake Léman region as Chasselas towards Pouilly-Fuissé in Burgundy, as well as through Egypt and Greece, but it very much belongs to us.

On the other hand, what is for certain is that in the terrain of the county of Vaud, the chasselas found a perfect partner, much to the delight of our grateful palates.

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The Tourist Office is open during the following times (April to October) :
Mo-Fr : 8h30-12h and 13h30-18h / Sa : 8h30-12h / Su and public holidays : closed

Office du Tourisme Aigle, Rue Colomb 5, 1860 Aigle, Suisse - Tél +41 (0)24 466 30 00 - Fax +41 (0)24 466 30 03 - info@aigle-tourisme.ch
Association Touristique Aigle-Leysin-Col des Mosses, Réalisation MySwitzerland & DidWeDo*