When Roland Pierroz, chef-owner of the Hotel Rosalp in Verbier, Switzerland, retires later this year, the property will turn over to new owners who have plans to turn the Alpine ski village hotel into a five-star luxury resort.But even as the look of the property evolves and new chefs step into the kitchen, Pierroz’s legacy at the hotel—and in the Swiss culinary scene as a whole—will likely endure.After decades at the Hotel Rosalp, which his family has owned since the late 1940s, Pierroz has ...

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