Drink with Fondue: crisp and clear white wine
In Switzerland we traditionally drink crisp white Chasselas, black tea (no milk), and kirsch with cheese fondue. It needs to be dry and very clean to cut through the cheese.
For variety, we might go for Doral, Heida, or Johannisberg, but much complexity can be lost with all the cheese. I still feel Chasselas is the best as much of its complexity is in the mouthfeel not the nose.
In Savoie they drink Jacquere for the same reason, as well as Altesse.
For people accustomed to more acidity in their white wine, Chasselas can feel "not enough" with Fondue. The Savoie wines will work better for you, or some of the Aosta or Alto Adige wines.
Fendant Classique Domaine des Muses
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St-Saphorin Blaise Duboux
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Doral "Expression" Cave de La Cote Uvavins
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Dôle Balavaud Grand Cru Cave Jean Rene Germanier
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Mont-Sur-Rolle Grand Cru Domaine de Maison Blanche
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Goutte d'Or Domaine de Montmollin
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Fendant Balavaud Grand Cru Cave Jean Rene Germanier
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Pinot Noir Balavaud Grand Cru Cave Jean Rene Germanier
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Neuchatel Non Filtré Domaine de Montmollin
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Müller Thurgau Schlossgut Bachtobel
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