Wines & Grapes
Petite Arvine is the internationally renowned white Valais wine.
Chasselas is not a particularly Swiss grape nor is it specific to the Lake Geneva ...
Sylvaner, known as Johannisberg in Valais, is the second most widely planted white...
Malvoisie (Pinot Gris)
Pinot Gris, like Pinot Blanc, is a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir that changed col...
Païen or Heida (Savagnin Blanc)
When we talk about Paien, called Heida in Upper Valais, we’re referring to the V...
Chardonnay was introduced to Valais during the 1920s and for a long time it was gr...
Marsanne arrived in Valais in the 19th century. It has its roots in the Côtes-du-...
Muscat is one of the oldest known grape varieties in the Rhone valley, with eviden...
This is one of the most typical Valais grapes. Note that it is not related to Huma...
Pinot Blanc is a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir, and the two varieties are disting...
This native, traditional Valais grape was to be found only in a handful of vine pa...
Further white wines
Valais is rich in grape varieties
Le Vin des Glaciers
On l'appelle Vin du Glacier, Vin des Glaciers ou Gletscherwein. Il est aussi myth...
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