Otherwise infamous for talking you out of any sort of potentially health-threatening enjoyment, our president certainly will refrain from doing so when it comes to wine; the fascinating complexity and diversity, socializing effects, pleasure in taste and even health benefits of this elixir of life are simply too overwhelming and powerful in order not to awake great passion!
A winemakers daughter and Food Science student believes "in vino veritas". Given our vice-president's affinity with wine, speculations of her having fallen into a barrique as a child persist.
Just like a good wine needs a nice glass to breathe, our excellent tastings need proper presentation. Taking Interdis to the next level of taste and design.
Our cashier, responsible for balancing the finances of SWAZ.
When he is not busy trying to grasp the complexity and depth of his preferred local wines, he is trying to understand much simpler things such as the universe as a PhD student in Physics at UZH - the two thus clearly having something in common while one might even benefit the other and vice versa.
The wine culture of middle Europe certainly wasn’t the only reason Nora decided to move to Zurich from the cold north (it might have been connected to studying computer science at ETH), but it definitely was one of the more important ones.