Gstaad Palace’s cow Bergrose, or Mountain Rose, enjoys her life. She has the sun in the morning, the moon at night and plenty of green pastures on Mount Walig to snack on with her friends.
Switzerland's Artisan Cheese
Gstaad Palace’s cow Bergrose, or Mountain Rose, enjoys her life.
She has the sun in the morning, the moon at night and plenty of green pastures on Mount Walig to snack on with her friends.
She takes pride in the cheese made here, thanks to the Perreten family from Feutersoey who lease her. For the person who has it all, why not give the gift that keeps on giving and lease a cow!
In Gstaad, the Perreten’s surprises cheese lovers at Gstaad Palace with fine artisan cheeses that wow at their breakfast buffet straight from Mount Walig.
Life is too short to eat bad cheese.
Gstaad Palace invites you to sample meals in the mountain air from locally-sourced ingredients. And when they say locally sourced they mean it. When was the last time you could name the cow your cheese came from? You’re welcome.
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