Pierre Vieille, Chasselas, 2016, Epesses, AOC Lavaux
This Saint-Saphorin Pierre Vieille comes from the vineyards of Saint-Saphorin, in the Lavaux AOC region. It is a pleasant, supple and elegant Chasselas. On the nose, a subtle bouquet with a hint white flower aroma. This wine goes perfectly with appetizers and at afterworks. Also recommended with plates of cold cheese, raclettes or cheese fondue.
Bottle - 70 cl
- Vaud- Lavaux
- Grape variety
- Bottle size
- 70 cl
- Cru Tradition
- Pale yello
- Dry and lively
- Cheese- cheese fondue- raclette- plates of dried meats
- Consumption Temperature
- 8-9 °C
- 5 years' time
- Alcohol volume
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