Garnet red in color, this Pinot Noir brings freshness and raspberry aromas. In the mouth, the flavors are balanced, between finesse and roundness of silky tannins. Everything suggests a good aging potential. Garnet red in color, this Pinot Noir brings freshness and raspberry aromas. In the mouth, the flavors are balanced, between finesse and roundness of silky tannins. Everything suggests a good aging potential.
Aligoté is one of the traditional white grape varieties of Burgundy. The Geneva vineyard has made this grape a local specialty, which likes deep and slightly calcareous soils. In the vineyard, it is easily recognized by its very abundant foliage and its reddened shoots. Fruity, full of temperament, slight spicy and lime notes. It is particularly suitable for all seafood, lake fish and seafood dishes and is also served as an aperitif in winter. It is a dry wine, a specialty that must be well refreshed before consumption. "... ripe fruit scents with a hint of honey." (24h) "... in the deep soil of the left bank of the Rhône, at the edge of Lully and Perly, this grape ripens excellently. This white wine is beautifully fresh and has a good acidity. "(Basler Zeitung, Wine of the Week)
Chasselas is the "Swiss national grape variety". In fact a table grape, it still represents nearly 40% of the vine growing in Switzerland. At Balisiers, it is rather residual. To keep its substance, this grape is severely controlled, at the rate of 70 hectoliters per hectare. At first glance, we notice its golden yellow color.The nose is very flowery with chamomile and linden that stand out. White wine to drink as an aperitif or with cheese specialties, fondue, crusts and beefsteak with cheese, raclette, etc. Tasting: must be drunk within two years of its vintage.