The vineyards of Vaud are widely popular for these five distinct geological features, each with its own specificity:
La Cote – moraine
Lavaux – clay and marl
Chablais – fallen rock subjugated by marl and limestone
Nord Vaudois – limestone and molasse
Vully – clay and molasse
Here remain some particular zones of Vaud known for producing some fabulous wines as:
Bonvillars: Bonvillars is a wine producing region of the Vaud canton on the shores of Lake Neuchatel. The place is liked and preferred for producing steely white wines mainly from the Chasselas grape.
Dezaley: Dezaley is one of the two Grand Crus in the Vaud region. Here the wines are mainly produced from Chasselas grape.
Les Cotes de l'Orbe: Les Cotes de l'Orbe is a popular wine producing region within the Vaud canton on the plain between Lake Geneva and Neuchatel. Steely white wines mainly from the Chasselas grape is the prime most magnetism of the place.
Calamin: Calamin is also one of two Grand Crus in the Vaud region. Chasselas is the principal grape of the spot.
La Cote: La Cote is the premier wine producing region in Vaud located on the north shore of Lake Geneva, popular for producing steely white wines from Chasselas grape.
Lutry: Vaud canton is also festooned with Lutry, a wine region, which is known for making steely white wines mainly from the Chasselas grape.
Chablais: Chablais is another wine attraction within the Vaud canton on the north shore of Lake Geneva also known for producing the steely white wines of the Chasselas grape.
Vully: Widely known for producing steely white wines from the Chasselas grape,
Vully is a specific zone of Vaud canton on the shores of Lake Morat.