Lavaux World Heritage
“God began, then we came and finished…
God created the slope, but we gave it function, solidity and sustainability: (…)
This is no longer a slope; it is a structure, a tower, a fortress,”
wrote Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz about the Lavaux region, in 1923.
In 2007, Lavaux was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, not as a natural site, but a “cultural landscape”, recognising the combined work of man and nature.
As people who love our region, it is an immense pleasure for us to contribute to the creation and production of the Lavaux UNESCO World Heritage magazine.
A plethora of wonderful encounters and breathtaking images inspired us during the whole of this very special project.