Le Chasselas se distingue par l'expression de son sol argilo-calcaire et se caractérise par une note florale. Excellent vin d'apéritif, il accompagne idéalement les poissons de lac et de rivière ainsi que les fromages.
Température de service: 8-10 ° C
The Chasselas is the image and the identity of the Switzerland culture. In most countries the Chasselas is a table grape but in French-speaking Switzerland we make a fruity, fresh and delicate wine with it.
The Chasselas – The king of vines – is the typical white vine variety of French-speaking Switzerland. In Valais it is named Fendant because its grains crack under the tooth. In German language it is called Gutedel.
The Chasselas asks for a long work both in the vineyard and in the cellar. It evolves over time always looking for harmony between the plant, the methods of culture and the environment. He adapts itself while asserting its typicality, its balance and the elegance which characterize it.
In our weather conditions the Chasselas supplies fruity wines representing all the degrees of wealth: from light and very drinkable wines until the strong and alcoholic characters of some Fendant, Dézaley, Mont-sur-Rolle or Yvorne.