Make time for Swiss wine
Switzerland is known for being the water tower of Europe but the Swiss
do not only drink water. While Switzerland is known for its mountainous
landscapes, you can hardly miss its truly alpine vineyards.
Swiss wine at a glance
6 regions: Valais, Vaud, Geneva, Three
Lakes, Ticino, Eastern Switzerland
4 main grapes: Pinot Noir, Gamay, Merlot,
Chasselas. Unique alpine grapes
15,000 hectares of vineyard, 1,200 wineries
OUR SUMMER PROPOSALS
La Crosse 2013, Luc Massy
This Chasselas has fruity aromas with spicy
notes. Lively and round in the mouth with a
clean mineral freshness.
Maître de Chais, Petite Arvine de Fully
Réserve Spéciale 2013, Provins Valais, Valais,
Fruity flavours (lemon, pink grapefruit, banana)
are balanced by crisp acidity and refreshing
Oeil de Perdrix 2014, Domaine de Mont-
mollin, Neuchâtel. This Pinot Noir rosé is
harmonious, well rounded, fruity and fresh.
Gamay 2014, Domaine des Muses, Valais
A light, fruity summer red, that's well made and
Pinot Noir no.3 2011, Schlossgut Bachtobel,
Weinfelden, Eastern Switzerland
An elegant, complex and long wine, that's
typical of the great Pinots produced in Eastern
Pinot Noir 2012, Vinotiv, Graubunden,
Eastern Switzerland. Berry and cherry perfume
with floral spice notes. Very pure fruit, plus great
balance and depth.
Rifessi d'Epoca 2012, Brivio, Ticino
Clay soils give this Pomerol-style Merlot a mellow tobacco note over a smooth, black-fruited
Cayas Syrah 2011, Jean-René Germanier,
Valais A fresh Rhône-style Syrah with blackcurrant, black cherry and black pepper.
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