The « Réserve » from Jean-René Germanier is a modern style wines of uncommon distinctions aged in wooden barrels for 12+ month (24 month for Cayas and Champmarais). Line made with rare and indigenous grape varieties from the Alps (Amigne, Peite Arvine, Cornalin, Humagne Rouge), except for Cayas, a world-class Syrah that competes with the best ones from...
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.
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.
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.
Swiss Classic. An excellent and powerful wine with a lovely mineral character, coming partly from old vines with small yields, tight structure, a lovely expression of fresh fruits, citrus fruits, apples and exotic fruits, matured for 12 months in a tun (foudre).
Rare grape variety from the Swiss Alps. . Very popular and typical variety growing in some of the highest European vineyards at 1,100 meter above sea level.
Very classy nose. elegant wooden notes directing classic Pinot cherry notes toward red pepper and peony. Suave in the mouth with dense and satinated tannins. Extremely hamornious. A grand Pinot Noir.
Dôle is a traditional appellation from Valais made from Pinot Noir and Gamay. The blend should be made with a majority of Pinot Noir. Dôle wines are easy to drink, fresh and fruity.