Pale yellow colour, a nose exhaling aromatic nuances of mature citrus, a hint of ripe exotic fruit and a few mineral notes, lots ofcharacter on the palate, dominated by lovely spicy notes, ample and round, long and fresh at the finish with good aromatic concentration. A noble wine with character.
Heida (pagan): the White Savagnin's Valais name comes from the French part of Jura. The most famous vineyards are located at Visperterminen in Upper Valais, where you can see them up to an altitude of over 1000 meters where this grape variety has grown since the XIV/XV century. Pro Montagna: Coop has agreed to purchase a minimum quantity of products produced and processed in the Swiss mountains, in order to create value and to maintain jobs. In addition, Coop contributes 50 centimes for each of these products that is given to Parrainage Coop to contribute to Swiss mountain farmers' families.