Château de la Violette Altesse Roussette de Savoie 2011
100% Altesse, a local varietal, also known as Roussette.
Tasting Notes: Dry wine, well balanced, with aromas of almonds and quince. On the palate the wine is soft and harmonious, with flavors of almonds and honey. Great mineral finish. Pairing: Enjoy it as an aperitif, white meat and crustaceans, fried fish and good cheese. Color: white Varietal: Altesse Bottle Volume (ml): 750 Appellation: Roussette de Savoie
Domaine de Beauvoir Chignin-Bergeron Vin de Savoie 2011
An 18 acres vineyard located on the village of Chignin, entirely planted with Roussanne, which is the only varietal authorized for the production of the AOC Chignin-Bergeron.
Tasting Notes: Beautiful yellow-gold color. Great minerality and intense aromas and flavors of white flowers and yellow fruits, first peach, followed by apricots. Color: white Varietal: Roussanne Bottle Volume (ml): 750 Appellation: Vin de Savoie
The vineyard is located in the village of Chignin, and is entirely planted with Jacquère, on a clayish limestone soil and exposed to the south.
Tasting Notes: The wine presents a very pale yellow color with a light green shade, revealing the minerality of the wine. On the palate, you get a complex mix of citrus and gunpowder. It is well-balanced and easy to drink. Pairing: Great with seafood, it matches perfectly with white fish.
Color: white Varietal: Jacquère Bottle Volume (ml): 750 Appellation: Vin de Savoie
100% Pinot Noir from vineyards located along Lake Le Bourget at an elevation of 1300ft.
Tasting Notes: The nose is a complex mix of red fruits and spices, while the palate is medium-bodied, lean and elegant. Consistent, it will enchant your senses. Aging up to 5 years will provide smoothness and softness. Pairing: It matches best with turkey, or beef filet, particularly when served with cranberry or black currant jam, or venison. Serve it at 57-64ºF. Color: red Varietal: Pinot Noir Bottle Volume (ml): 750 Appellation: Vin de Savoie