Guided tour


Ligerz – Twann

Vinitour. © Jura & Trois-Lacs
  • Ascents | Descents
    • 200 m | 198 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Technical | Fitness level
    • Group activity | Moderatly difficult
    Technical | Fitness level

On this wine hike, you will discover the diversity of Lake Biel wines and learn exciting facts about the wineries during three wine tastings.

A few decades ago, the lake Biel region was mainly known for its Chasselas and Pinot Noir, but the list of the cultivated varieties has grown to count over 40 today. In addition to the classics, we also find numerous rarities and specialities. All wineries are family businesses and their fine wines are artisanal products elaborated locally.

This unique hiking tour through 5 km of vineyards provides an exciting insight into a regional traditional craft. You will get to know the diversity of the lake Biel wines as well as their producers who are passionate about providing new surprises time and again, because every wine has its own character.

Good to know
Good to know
    • Meeting point in Twann or Ligerz, according to the dates.
    • 2 possible itineraries depending on the availability of the winemakers.
    • Included in the price: visit of 3 wineries, tasting of a total of 13 wines, assorted cold cuts, the vinitour is a guided tour.
    • Hike through wineyard, hiking time about 1h
    • Hiking shoes are recommended
    • For wine connoisseurs, wine lovers and amateurs
    • For groups on request
    • For individual guests: 01.06.2024, 22.06.2024 and 06.07.2024 (German) or 11.05. 2024, 08.06.2024 und 29.06.2024 (French) from 1 pm - 6 pm
    • Registration obligatory
  • Tariff
    Public guided tour, per person
    • CHF 89.-
  • Per Person (group from 10 Persons)
    • CHF 89.-
  • Minimum tarif (group until 10 Persons)
    • CHF 890.-
  • City start
    • Ligerz
    City end
    • Twann
Ligerz - Twann
Ligerz - Twann
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From CHF 89.- Offer, Bienne

Food & Drinks | Wine tasting and hiking – an offer that enables you to experience the delightful world of the Lake Biel/Bienne wine-growing region.