Swiss Wine Regions


Originates from Burgundy and spread through France. Originally called “Plant du Rhin” when it was brought to Geneva in the early 1900’s, and is now something of a specialty in Geneva. It was also introduced into Valais as an alternative to Johannisberg, but it didn’t fare so well and today survives in only a few small areas in Unterwallis.

Wine Styles: 
Nice light dry white wine
Regions Grown: 
Geneva, Vaud, Valais
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