Mitis Amigne de Vétroz 2016, Germanier

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Switzerland  Valais 
Features Late Harvest, "Slow Wine", Vegan (certified), Vegetarian and Vegan
Style White, Still, Sweet, Single Variety
Last Tasted 17 Jan 2022
  • Alpine Wines Grape Varieties: Amigne
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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.

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Arrival Date 17 Dec 2021
Bottle Size Half bottle 37.5 cl
Variety Amigne
Vintage 2016
Last Tasted 17 Jan 2022
Keeps at least until 2035+
Is Mature No
Alcohol 14.5
Ripeness Beerenauslese
Allergens Contains Sulphites
Composition Amigne 100%
Closure Natural Cork
sweetness dry
Winemaking Malolactic
Aged In Barrel (new), Barrel (old)
Key Features Late Harvest, "Slow Wine", Vegan (certified), Vegetarian and Vegan
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Bought In (year) 2021

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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