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With an area of just over 1400 ha, Geneva is the third largest wine-producing canton in Switzerland. The vineyard surrounds the city of Geneva and is divided into three main regions:

  • The right bank with the Mandement constitutes the important part (790 ha): it extends from Collex-Bossy to Dardagny (without forgetting the enclave of Céligny).
  • The middle part located between Arve and Rhône is represented in particular by the wine-producing communes of Lully and Bardonnex.
  • The part known as "Arve and lake" which includes the vineyards of Hermance, Anières, Choulex and Jussy.

The grape variety of the Geneva vineyard, which produces slightly more red wines than white, is still dominated by Chasselas and Gamay, which - although decreasing - each account for a little over 20% of the overall grape variety. In addition, grape varieties such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Pinot Noir have demonstrated their perfect adaptation to the local soil and climate. In recent years, we have also noted the meritorious efforts of a certain number of dynamic winegrowers to acclimatise the great international grape varieties such as Merlot, Cabernets and even Syrah.