The vineyard of the Coeytaux family lies in the village of Yens, above Morges. Out of six hectares of grape varieties, Jean-Daniel and Sylvie Coeytaux produce the famous Chasselas, as well as a dozen other wines. The cellar is open for wine tastings each Saturday morning or by appointment.
The village of Yens overlooks the bay of Lake Geneva and has a stunning view of Lake Geneva and the Alps. Jean-Daniel Coeytaux and his wife Sylvie took over the family business in 1995, where they developed the estate’s vinification and cellaring. All the production stages from growing grapes to bottle selling are done on the estate.
Former wine barrels have been transformed into convivial tables in this cellar with old stone walls and exposed beams. Jean-Daniel and Sylvie receive newcomers as well as regulars each Saturday morning.
Private tastings can be organised on request.
Parking in front of the cellar, also for coaches.
Access possible by train (10 min on foot from the train station)
Capacity of the cellar: 40 seats
Credit cards accepted
Saturday from 10 AM-1 PM or by appointment