Today, I didn't get a Bordeaux out of the cellar, but a local growth: a Jeninser Blauburgunder from the Tscharnergut. And there is a good reason for this. Today - as I write this column - I have already spent three days in the vineyard harvesting grapes. My back hurts, my hands burn, the pruning shears have left their mark.
|Vineyard in the "Bündner Herrschaft", namely in the "Heidi village|
Nevertheless, a feeling of happiness arises, namely to bring in what can already give the greatest pleasure in one or two years: one of the best Pinot Noir in Switzerland, from a vineyard in northern Grisons, where we also come across the vines of Gantenbein, Marugg, Fromm, Grünenfelder.