Cultivated grapes

Typifying the distinctive character of La Côte, these varieties are well suited to the climate and grow wonderfully well under the excellent conditions afforded by the region’s hillsides, both in terms of topography (south or south-east facing and very steep) and meteorology.

Chasselas

Chasselas is a typical regional wine, with a discreet bouquet but very fine and powerful on the palate. Contrary to …
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Doral

Derived from a blend of Chasselas and Chardonnay, Doral is an early ripening grape that produces fine, full-bodied and well-balanced …
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Chardonnay

Chardonnay produces a full wine that is slightly sweet on the palate. Originally from Burgundy, it is used for white …
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Pinot Gris

Pinot Gris is closely related to Pinot Noir. It is a generous variety with a beautiful golden-yellow colour. Well-structured and …
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Pinot Blanc

As its name implies, Pinot Blanc is the white variety of Pinot Noir and should not be confused with Chardonnay, …
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Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc has an unmistakable bouquet containing notes of citrus fruit (grapefruit and lemon), blackcurrant and elderberry blossom, but sometimes …
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