Explore something new, or a fresh Alpine twist on something familiar
We offer Cabernet Franc from Switzerland and Israel as single variety wines and blends.
Wherever there are vines growing around the world there is likely to be Cabernet Sauvignon.
Cornalin, originally named Rouge du Pays, was once the dominant red grape variety in Valais.
Diolinoir have excellent deep colour, as might be expected, good tannins and are quite powerful.
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 ...
Eyholzer Roter wine is a medium red, with a nose of mountain violets and raspberries.
Gamaret is a new grape, a valuable blend grape, but also as a single variety of singular smooth elegance.
“A beautiful floral nose, packed with rose petals, and also spice and cloves. Medium bodied, dry, very flavoursome.”
Humagne Blanche is delicate, with aromas of white blossoms and notes of honey and resin.
Humagne Rouge is a high quality indigenous red grape grown in Valais.
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.
The best are concentrated, complex and age well in bottle, some well in excess of a decade.
Almost as versatile as Riesling, Pinot Gris gives an opportunity to widen your wine knowledge.
The Rèze is one of the oldest white grape varieties still grown in the Valais region of Switzerland.
The good dry wines have aromas of blackcurrant and notes of grapefruit - worth looking for.
The mature Sylvaner wines have much to offer with more spiciness coming through with age.