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Apicius Vieilles Vignes
75cl

Apicius Vieilles Vignes 2016

Clos du Châtelard
CHF 32.45
Avigia
75cl

Avigia 2016

Tenuta Vitivinicola Trapletti SA
CHF 23.80
Avigia
75cl

Avigia 2020

Tenuta Vitivinicola Trapletti SA
CHF 24.85
Belvedere
75cl

Belvedere 2020

Castello Luigi
CHF 69.70
Belvedere
75cl

Belvedere 2021

Castello Luigi
CHF 69.10
Belvedere
150cl

Belvedere 2021

Castello Luigi
CHF 148.65
Bianco Rovere
75cl

Bianco Rovere 2022

Brivio
CHF 29.15
RP

94
Picture of Bianco del Ticino 2020
150cl

Bianco del Ticino 2020

Castello Luigi
CHF 389.15
RP

94
Picture of Bianco del Ticino 2020
75cl

Bianco del Ticino 2020

Castello Luigi
CHF 168.65
Castelrotto
75cl

Castelrotto 2017

Tamborini Carlo SA
CHF 42.15
Chardonnay
75cl

Chardonnay 2007

Gantenbein
CHF 486.45
Chardonnay
75cl

Chardonnay 2009

Gantenbein
CHF 389.15

Despite being one of Europe’s smallest countries, Switzerland offers some of the most diverse wine producing regions. The intricately chiseled Alps create multifaceted micro-climates allowing for a range of varieties and styles. Out of Switzerland’s 26 cantons, an impressive 23 of them produce wine. Some, however, are more famous than others. Some of its more renowned regions include the Vaud where the white grape of Fendant (Chasselas) reigns supreme. The Valais is considered by many to be Switzerland’s most diverse and high quality region. Here, one can find some unusual indigenous grapes such as Petite Arvine, Païen (Heida) and Amigne for its whites and Humagne Rouge, Cornalin and Diolinoir for its reds. Graubünden is known to produce the country’s greatest Pinot Noirs (the country’s most planted grape variety) while Ticino (Tessin) produces its finest Merlot-based reds.

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