Explore something new, or a fresh Alpine twist on something familiar
Altesse is the most prestigious white grape of Savoie and is the grape in the famous Roussette de Savoie.
Blauer Portugieser vines give prolific yields and give delicious light-bodied wines.
We offer Cabernet Franc from Switzerland and Israel as single variety wines and blends.
Forget any prejudices and long-held beliefs, this is where the new Chardonnay adventure begins.
Cornalin, originally named Rouge du Pays, was once the dominant red grape variety in Valais.
Doral is a relatively new grape and is a cross between Chasselas and Chardonnay created to provide a more aromatic version of Chasselas. It has certainly ...
With low yields encouraged and oak used, wines with complexity and good body are being released.
Frühroter Veltliner is a fruity wine with a bit of spice and hints of almonds when made into Eiswein.
Gamaret is a new grape, a valuable blend grape, but also as a single variety of singular smooth elegance.
The wines are highly fragrant with an intense floral bouquet, with the best having a sweet grassiness.
“A beautiful floral nose, packed with rose petals, and also spice and cloves. Medium bodied, dry, very flavoursome.”
Himbertscha wines typically have aromas of spring herbs, wild garlic, dandelion, hazlenuts and lemons.
Humagne Blanche is delicate, with aromas of white blossoms and notes of honey and resin.
A very light pale yellow with aromas and flavours of white flowers, tropical fruits and an underlying flintiness.
This is a very rare grape indeed and is only found in the Haut-Valais region of Switzerland.
Merlot is probably the most common and popular grape worldwide - but Alpine Merlot is in its own league.
Mondeuse Blanche wines are typically made in the fresh, dry style, typical of Savoie.
Neuburger often produces wines that are soft, full-bodied and have a balanced, nutty aroma.
The white Petite Arvine is one of the varieties that makes the Valais so very interesting.
Almost as versatile as Riesling, Pinot Gris gives an opportunity to widen your wine knowledge.
Roter Traminer has low acidity and literally does smell (and taste) of roses along with dried fruit.
As well as sweet and dry wines from Gumpoldskirchen we also have a couple of wines from Wagram.
St. Laurent makes a suave and sophisticated wine with a lingering finish that continues to delight.
Sauvignon Blanc is a well-known international grape variety that began its life in France.
The mature Sylvaner wines have much to offer with more spiciness coming through with age.
Syrah has become one of the world's most popular varieties thanks to very intense loud wines, but in our climate it has elegance
The Viognier grape has natural aromatics including notes of peach, pears, violets and minerals.