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Enjoyable "Wine & E-Bike Tour" (guided)


Experience the Bündner Herrschaft and "Heidiland" from its most enjoyable side. During the guided e-bike tour you and your friends will immerse yourself in the centuries-old wine-growing tradition, while cycling comfortably through vineyards and picturesque villages.

During a stop in a vineyard, you look over the shoulder of a winegrower, who's grooming his vines. Then the journey continues on to a winery. There you will learn how wines of world renown are produced in the Bündner Herrschaft. During a tasting you will get an introduction about the tasting technique and the sensory system. Let the feast of the senses end with local cheese and dried meat specialities.

Tour details

  • Day rental of an e-bike
  • Information about the region, its history and culture
  • Visit of a vineyard, introduction: The winegrower and his vines
  • Visit of a wine cellar, short lecture: How grapes turn into wine
  • Introduction to sensor technology: how to taste wine properly
  • Apéro with local cheese and dried meat specialities
  • Return journey by shuttle bus


  • April 1st - October 31st 2020
  • Duration: 13.30 to 16.30 o'clock (or by arrangement)
  • Meeting point at the E-Bike-Station Bad Ragaz
  • E-bike rental from 16 years old (with moped driver's license from 14 years old)
  • Execution: in any weather condition
  • Clothing: please adapt to the current weather conditions
  • Wearing a helmet is recommended (available on loan)
  • The wine tour can also be enjoyed with non-alcoholic fruit juices
  • Guidance: local wine guide


  • CHF 149.00 per person (group size from 4 to 16 persons)
  • CHF 139.00 per person (group size from 17 to 20 persons)
  • Smaller and/or larger groups can be booked on request


  • April to October, Daily on request
  • Online/telephone: Up to 1 day before arrival
  • Payment in advance (when booking)
  • Contact: Heidiland Tourism, Info point Bad Ragaz, T +41 81 300 40 20, spavillage@heidiland.com

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