The Lake of Neuchatel’s banks account for two-thirds of the total wine making within these three lakes’ region. The other highly popular wines from the region (issued for the most part from the Chasselas and the Pinot Noir grapes) approach from the vineyards adjoining the Lakes of Bienne (in the canton of Bern) and of Morat (in the Vully region, which stretches over the two cantons of Fribourg and Vaud). The lively ones from the Chasselas grape are the most renowned white varieties of wines in Neuchatel region.
Bern is the Pinot Noir, which cultivates some brilliant red wine flavor as well as the splendid Œil-de-Perdrix, a choice and fruity rose shaped in Neuchatel). One of the only red grape assortments in the cantons of Neuchatel of Bern is the Pinot Noir. Thus the bizarre red and white wines are the significant collection of wine of the zone. However, the region also offers a few dazzling wines variety with moderately elegant specialties and some rewarding Chardonnays.
Located at the foothills of the Jura, the three lakes’ region, runs alongside the Lakes of Neuchatel, of Bienne and of Morat and consisting of French and German speaking cantons. This allows the co-existence of very diverse cultures which are mirrored in the diversification of the region’s wines.
Chasselas plays a vital role of planting whereas Pinot Noir is also as important. This is the ultimate place which invented the pale pink Pinot Oeil-de-Pedrix. It is also the first Swiss cantons to restrict yields. Neuchatel spread at 600 Ha of land is a small canton on ancient calcareous soil under vine. The vineyards extended along the lake from Vaumarcus in the south, all over Auvernier, and as far as Neuchatel and Cressier in the north.