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The family estate was created in the late sixties by André Barraud who handed it over to his grandson Hervé in 2011. With a surface area of 7.5 hectares, the plots of land, facing south and facing Lake Geneva and the Alps, are cultivated according to the strict ecological guidelines of integrated production (IP) of Vitiswiss. The Barraud estate is located in the heart of the Vaud coast, between Lausanne and Geneva. All the grapes are vinified at the estate in the appellation d'origine contrôlée Tartegnin, a small village of the same name, on the hill overlooking Rolle. Hervé Barraud also looks after the vines of the Domaine Les Maréchales in Tartegnin, owned by the Piguet family. We had a lot of fun visiting the Barraud family, Hervé and his wife Isabelle, a great time of sharing and laughter.
The Barraud family cultivates about 5 hectares of Chasselas on slightly clayey soil. The Chasselas plants can be recognized on the vine by their copper-colored budding. It is a discreet terroir wine with a very fine and elegant bouquet that is appreciated for its fruitiness, freshness and delicacy. This Chasselas is marked by floral and spicy aromas. Its bouquet is reminiscent of lime blossom, combined with a vegetal flavor with a subtle bitterness at the end.
|Taste profiles||Light and subtle white|
|Winemaking method||Integrated production|