Home Industry News Releases The Wine Independent Announces 2024 Verbier Alpine Summit in Swiss Alps

The Wine Independent Announces 2024 Verbier Alpine Summit in Swiss Alps


Evenings culminate with dinners at Chalet No. 14 with Châteaux Rauzan-Ségla, Canon, Château Latour, Eisele Vineyard, Champagne Jacquesson and Château Margaux

February 15th – Napa, CA – The Wine Independent, founded in 2021 by Lisa Perrotti-Brown, MW (formerly of The Wine Advocate) and Photographer Johan Berglund, has announced the 2024 Verbier Alpine Summit, to be held in the Swiss Alps from March 10th through the 17th

Located in southwestern Switzerland, in the small village of Verbier, considered one of the finest ski resorts in the world, the exclusive Chalet No. 14 will host the TWI 2024 Verbier Alpine Summit. Guests will enjoy 7 luxurious days of rare fine wines, lavish dinners, world-class skiing, and opulent accommodations. 

Each night at Chalet No. 14, guests will be treated to a different collection of wines and expertly paired cuisine prepared by two Michelin-starred Mats and Karin Vollmer of Vollmers Restaurant in Malmö, Sweden. Esteemed representatives from the featured chateaux and wineries will join guests for dinner, sharing anecdotes and older library wines purchased direct from cellar. “No.14 Verbier manages to be a chalet, a hotel and a home all at once, mixing contemporary design with sleek interior lines. To stay in No.14 is to draw a lucky number, a sacred number,” says Paris Match magazine.

The Verbier Alpine experience includes 7 nights’ luxury accommodation, transfer to and from the Geneva airport, a team of dedicated staff, an indoor swimming pool, spa with hammam, cold plunge pool and Jacuzzi, 2 treatment rooms, outdoor cedar hot tubs, 4 Vallées ski passes, in-Chalet ski and boot fitting, in-house chef for breakfast and afternoon Tea, 24-hour in-resort chauffeur service, a fully stocked complimentary bar & bartender, and complimentary Champagne.

“This week in Verbier with a collection of the world’s most iconic winemakers and wines will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” says Perrotti-Brown. “Amidst the breathtaking backdrop of the Swiss Alps, like-minded wine lovers will gather for a week of intimate dinners, affording guests the perfect setting to appreciate and discuss rare vintages with the people who made them as well as new friends.” 

“Our desire is to offer truly memorable culinary, enological and travel experiences to our subscribers. Now more than ever, people are looking for curated, soulful, unusual experiences and we are poised to lead the charge in the wine space for this kind of customer engagement,” says Berglund. 

To date, Perrotti-Brown has issued reports on Bordeaux and the Napa Valley, and has performed deep dives into various high-profile producers, including Chateau d’ Yquem, Promontory, Realm, Dominus, Latour, Chateau Figeac, Senses, Dominus, and Peter Michael Winery, to name a few. Reviewer Sarah Mayo, who covers Italy, has issued articles on Champagne Jacques Selosse and Henri Giraud, among others. 

The Wine Independent covers all travel, accommodation, and subsistence costs associated with reviewing wines. TWI does not accept any payments, sponsorship, gifts, or gifts in kind from wineries or anyone associated with the sale, distribution, or promotion of wines. The TWI does not permit any wine-related advertising.

To learn more about the TWI Wine Summit 2023 or The Wine Independent, please visit: https://thewineindependent.com/



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