Sparkling Wine Mauler - the finest cuvées
Mauler: the finest Cuvées based on traditional methods since 1829 Did you know that the 1906 Cuvée de Réserve was already served to German Emperor William II upon occasion of his visit to Switzerland in 1912? The same Cuvée was also served to fittingly celebrate the first landing of the “Graf Zeppelin” in Zürich-Dübendorf in 1929. And Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England even enjoyed a glass of Mauler wine when she visited the Swiss House of Parliament in 1981. For over 180 years, the finest Cuvées have been produced in an old Benedictine monastery in enchanting Val de Travers, where they are made using traditional methods. Not far from the French border, the former Monastery of St. Pierre, as it is also called, was once home to Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Pope Julius II. The Swiss Federal Council and François Mitterrand have been guests here too. Located in the region that is the home of champagne and a winner of the most prestigious awards, Mauler has perfected the process of making sparkling wines. Known for the quality and finesse of its wines, in the 19th century Mauler already started exporting its Cuvées overseas to cities including Hong Kong, San Francisco and Buenos Aires.