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Chasselas, also known as "Gutedel," is an ancient, almost forgotten variety. Originating in Switzerland, this majestic variety is often eaten as a table grape. 
Our parcel of Chasselas is located on the magmatic gneiss soils of Kayserberg in the "Tiergarden" lieu-dit ("garden of animals").

Sight: Clear yellow with green tinges. With age, this wine develops a golden yellow color.


Nose: An intensely floral bouquet with touches of hawthorn, citrus fruits and a flinty minerality.

Taste: Supple and subtle. Deliciously fresh and fruity.

                 Dry, Ethereal, Terroir- Driiven

Old vines

Operating temperature

8 - 10 ° C

46 - 50 ° F



Aging potential

2 - 5 years

The Food Pairing

Our Old Vine Chasselas pairs beautifully with a fillet of perch or other freshwater fish, seafood quiche, tarte à l’oignon, asparagus, cheese puff pastry, fondue, and raclette.

Filet de poisson

In the vineyard

Photos to come ...

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