Cornalin, which is matured for several months in wooden barrels, is probably one of the oldest of all red grape varieties to have been planted in the Valais. With a small yield, requiring direct exposure to the sun, ripening very late and with a capricious touch, Cornalin has discouraged generations of wine-growers.
This wine has a rustic and wild character, with a spicy note and aroma of cloves.
This is a wine to be laid down which goes perfectly with game, red wine and cheese.
to appreciate this wine at a temperature of 16 – 20°.