spring report and a holiday to recover!


It’s holiday time – but in part-payment for my absence, I leave you with the Spring Report. Over 280 tasting notes dotted around 15 pages. Feel free to comment and argue, but my moderatory tones will only return in a week…

Agree? Disagree? Anything you'd like to add?

There are 2 responses to “spring report and a holiday to recover!”

  1. Filippo4th April 2009 at 10:53 amPermalinkReply

    Had the privilege of looking out of the window and see that panorama you are posting for 28 years in a row and this winter will no exception.

    Few tips:
    – head for Schwarzsee and Grunsee
    – Ski at Rote Nase and the Back of Rothorn (get a swatch Snowpass)
    – on the runs eat at Gandegg Hutte, awfully painful to get there but the best Kaseschnitte in town (no credit cards)
    – apres ski at Papperla
    – food the Coop not at the Migros
    – Kase at Josi behind the Zermatt Ski School Building
    – Trockenfleisch at Bayard Metzgerei
    – restaurants: (1) Schaeferstube am Romantik Julen Hotel. Ask for Raclette a Discretion and the lamb. Do not forget the 2005 Humagne Blanc from Serge Roh (Les Ruinettes) (2) Wymperstube get the fondue and the old part of restaurant.
    – Night: Pink Elephant and Hotel Post but do not get out that much…
    – wine shop ? Not sure…

  2. billn4th April 2009 at 7:18 pmPermalinkReply

    Thanks Filippo – shame that I receive your tips only on my return!
    I agree on Schwarzsee and Grunsee, but think the mountain looks best from Riffelalp.
    Went to the Schaeferstube the last time – this time it was Chez Heini – lovely lamb, but I wasn’t expecting the singing 🙂

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