Central Valais, on the right bank.
Normally, this vine is called Pinot gris or even Tokay d’Alsace or Ruländer. It originates from Burgundy, and has acclimatised extremely well to the highly calcareous soils in Valais where, and this emphasises its individuality, it has taken another name
Our Malvoisie is truly a voluptuous and divinely seductive «lady». A deliciously suave wine with a high alcohol content, which should be savoured slowly and parsimoniously. Its bouquet is like burnt resin which a fine hint of bitterness in its taste assoc
This nectar full of nuances and passion, one moment tender, one moment supple, and another moment dreamer, always enchants as the perfect dessert wine. It is a marvellous accompaniment for foie gras terrine, escalope of duck’s liver cooked in honey and ra
We recommend you to try this delicious wine at a temperature of between 8° and 10°.