Humagne Rouge is a high quality indigenous red grape grown in Valais.
The white Petite Arvine is one of the varieties that makes the Valais so very interesting.
Cornalin, originally named Rouge du Pays, was once the dominant red grape variety in Valais.
The Rèze is one of the oldest white grape varieties still grown in the Valais region of Switzerland.
Himbertscha wines typically have aromas of spring herbs, wild garlic, dandelion, hazlenuts and lemons.
This is a very rare grape indeed and is only found in the Haut-Valais region of Switzerland.
Roter Traminer has low acidity and literally does smell (and taste) of roses along with dried fruit.
Frühroter Veltliner is a fruity wine with a bit of spice and hints of almonds when made into Eiswein.
As well as sweet and dry wines from Gumpoldskirchen we also have a couple of wines from Wagram.
Eyholzer Roter wine is a medium red, with a nose of mountain violets and raspberries.
Mondeuse Blanche wines are typically made in the fresh, dry style, typical of Savoie.
"I love all my wines with equal passion, which I think is one of the reasons I have won awards."
Creative, courageous and extraordinarily talented, Chantons have grown grapes since 1944.
Love of wine and the desire for absolute quality are features that distinguish the Kuonens.