She doesn't hesitate when asked to name her favorite wine. "Why, Räuschling, of course."
It has to be. Cécile Schwarzenbach-Götti is a member of one of the oldest winegrowing businesses in Meilen, whose bestseller is the fresh, dry Räuschling, a light, fruity white wine with notes of citrus.
For that last three decades, Schwarzenbach-Götti has been helping run the family business, only 9 miles southeast of Zurich, in what is known as Switzerland’s Gold Coast. It has been in her husband, Hermann’s family since 1911, when his great-grandfather Hermann III, began manufacturing non-alcoholic wines.