16.2.2020 11:08 am
Did you know that Switzerland is actually one of the world’s largest wine-producing countries per capita?
Although a small country, Switzerland is a destination that should be on everyone’s bucket list. From the spectacular and beautiful natural scenery to the diverse range of outdoor activities, there is something to suit every traveller. But, did you know that the Switzerland food scene spans beyond just Swiss chocolate and fondue? Teresa Richardson, MD of The Travel Corporation, parent company to guided holiday experts, Trafalgar, gives her take on eight delicious foods and drinks you need to try during your next visit to Switzerland.
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The list ranges from small boutique wineries to ancient cellars, and goes beyond just wine.
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‘To me (wine) stank and it didn’t taste nice and I didn’t want to drink anything at the parties with school friends.’
The 100-year-old, 1,2m lobster had earlier been the centre of a heated debate as to his future.
It was popular across the world until 1968 when a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine triggered its vilification.