1 bottle - 75cl
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6 hectares of vines located between Randogne and Chamoson, passing through Chalais, where the Pinot Noir takes advantage of the left bank of the Rhône, which is less sun-drenched. It thus matures more slowly, which contributes to the elaboration of a noble wine, both racy and refined. Beautiful plots of land, which enjoy very good exposure, are worked in Saint-Léonard, Savièse and Vétroz. Historically, the estate was mainly covered with Pinot and this is still the emblem of the winery, but the red Humagne, Fendant, Heida, Syrah and Cornalin have taken up residence in climates and on land that suit them best. Organic since 2016 and regularly renewed, the vines have an average age of 21 years, and are cherished by Béatrice Dubuis.
This white grape variety typical of the Valais is found nowhere else in the world. It has been present here for over 400 years. This wine is characterized by its very particular notes of citrus and exotic fruits. The mouth is supported by a beautiful vivacity. The finish is as it should be, punctuated by a saline note.
|Taste profiles||Full-bodied and aromatic white|
|Grape varieties||Petite Arvine|