Mitis Amigne de Vétroz

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Switzerland  Valais 

This sweet wine can rival any top-of-the-line Austrian and German wine of the same style - and has the Paris medals to prove it.

Winemaker Cave Jean Rene Germanier
Features Organic, Low Intervention, "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan
Style White, Still, Sweet, Single Variety
  • Alpine Wines Grape Varieties: Amigne
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Mitis Amigne de Vétroz 2015 Half bottle 37.5 cl cl
It screams quality in the most refined manner.
The question should be: Why haven't we drunk the lot ourselves?
A stunning sweet wine to accompany foods of all sorts - not as sweet as you might think.

This is a wine that will leave you reeling. It is so beautiful that you will find it very hard to share, although only by sharing can others truly understand the sensations that you will be experiencing.

Style White, Still, Sweet, Single Variety
Winemaker Cave Jean Rene Germanier
Country Switzerland
Region Valais
Features Organic, Low Intervention, "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan
AOC AOC Valais
Aged In Barrel (new), Barrel (old)
Closure Natural Cork
Range Les Réserves
Varieties Amigne
Composition Amigne 100%
Ripeness Normal
Winemaking Malolactic
Blue cheeses, foie gras or fruit desserts.
Tasting Notes

A full-bodied sweet wine made from late harvest Amigne, with a lovely gold colour and a sublime bouquet of quince, honey, whiffs of orange peel and a touch of vanilla.

On the palate, it is fresh and fruity with a hint of bitter almond and notes of caramel lingering in the finish.

Product Code 41GR0215
Size Half bottle 37.5 cl
Alcohol 14.5
In a nutshell New stock on the way!
Arrived 5 Aug 2021
Last Tasted 17 Aug 2021
mature evolution? No
Keep Until 2035+
Also Available at Online Exclusive
Case Size 12
Sweetness dry
Closure Natural Cork
Allergens Contains Sulphites
Composition Amigne 100%
No longer available
VintageProduct CodeAlcoholkeeps at least until

Produced in accordance with the requirements of the Charte Grain Noble Confidentiel, the Mitis is pressed from Amigne grapes that have been allowed to wilt on the vine. The bunches are harvested with their prized noble rot in the month of December.

The Germanier cellar reserves are wines of uncommon distinction. Only the best vines, capable of yielding the most noble and concentrated fruit, are selected.

A vinification in barriques lends them all the complexity and ageing potential worthy of wines for the most special occasions, as much a pleasure to give as to receive.

Amigne comes from "Vitis Amoena", or in Latin, "pleasant grape". "Mitis" is the registered trademark, from the Latin adjective for ripe and sweet.


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