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Lavaux, Villette Les Murets, Blaise Duboux 2021

White Wine from Switzerland
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Made from the fendant, AKA chasselas, which is so typical of a majority of Swiss wines, this round, lightly herby, grapy and appetising white comes from the village of Epesses, close to Lausanne. Try it with fondue, raclette or other cheeses, with or without holes! The 2021 vintage is particularly good and refreshing.
Price: £25.00 Bottle
Price: £150.00 Case of 6
In Stock
Code: SW101

Wine characteristics

  • White Wine
  • 2 - Dry
  • Chasselas
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2025
  • 12% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Screwcap

Blaise Duboux

This is one of the top estates in the Vaud district of Switzerland, planted on very steep slopes that overlook Lake Geneva. The lake incidentally plays a pivital role here acting as a source of heat and a climate regulator allowing grapes to attain perfect ripeness after a long growing season. The estate goes back some 500 years and Blaise represents the 17th generation of his family to cultivate vines on these hallowed slopes.

Decanter

The potential of Chasselas to deliver elegant and complex wines is largely underestimated. This wine might help convert sceptics and nephits alike with its aluring lemon, blanched almonds and yellow apple ...
The potential of Chasselas to deliver elegant and complex wines is largely underestimated. This wine might help convert sceptics and nephits alike with its aluring lemon, blanched almonds and yellow apple flavours. A subtle layer of freshly cut grass and hay adds the necessary savoury depth to make this the perfect companion to aged cheeses and fondues.
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JancisRobinson.com

Correct, like a feather on a cheek. Lots of fun. Not enormously long but great that the Society is getting behind subtle Swiss wine.

Jancis Robinson MW

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