Rare indigenous Swiss grape variety....
Chardonnay, the “king of Burgundy” is a variety considered to produce some of the world’s finest wines. Fermentation in clay amphora for 12 month. Maturing the wine in amphora ensures slow oxygenation, which optimizes the expressiveness of its varietal character.
Gamay was originally grown in France’s Touraine region, in parts of the Loire valley and, most famously, in Beaujolais. The soils of the Geneva countryside yields a particularly fruity Gamay.
A very fine Sauvignon Blanc elegantly packaged with silkscreen label. One of the two wines to receive the highest note (17 pts) at a tasting of Swiss Sauvignon Blanc by VINUM Magazine and labeled "Coup de Coeur" (favorite).
Dôle Blanche is a traditional dry rosé appellation from Valais made from Pinot Noir and Gamay. Very elegant and pleasant rosé. Pairs very well with Asian food.