Swiss white wine offers a palette of flavours and aromas that awaken the senses and invite discovery. Switzerland’s winemaking tradition is a mosaic of grape varieties, each telling a unique story, steeped in terroir and passion. Among this diversity, names such as Sauvignon, Traminer, Freiburger and Céleste stand out, offering wine lovers unforgettable taste experiences.
- Swiss Sauvignon Blanc, with its liveliness and fresh citrus and green-fleshed fruit notes, is an exquisite choice for those looking to awaken their taste buds.
- In transition, the lesser-known but equally fascinating Traminer reveals complex aromas of rose, lychee and spices. It’s an intriguing, thought-provoking wine that we believe deserves to be explored for its uniqueness.
- Continuing our journey, the Freiburger (or Freisamer) is a rare gem in the Swiss wine world, appreciated for its subtle balance between sweetness and acidity. It offers a refreshing alternative, ideal for summer days or as an aperitif.
- Finally, the less traditional but captivating Céleste symbolises the innovation and daring of Swiss winemakers. This wine, with its floral notes and distinct minerality, is seductive in its originality and ageing potential.