Mon, 15. Jan. 2018

This is the first of a series of four articles where GstaadLife interviews “New Highlanders” – individuals from various professions who have come to live in the Saanenland and Pays-d’Enhaut region.

Coming from diverse backgrounds and bringing a wealth of experience, they add to the rich mosaic of our multicultural life in the region.

In this article we sit down with Dr Andrew Weeber, a former orthopaedic surgeon, who went on to establish a wine farm, Gusbourne Estate, in Kent. Andrew and his wife Caroline currently live in Rossinière.

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