Swiss Wine Regions

Amigne

Amigne was brought to Switzerland by the Romans. This grape can also produce a Sauternes-like late harvest wine. These wines are ready to drink in two to three years, but some can be aged.

Wine Styles: 
fine dry wine to elegant and sweet.
Regions Grown: 
Valais
Origin: 
Rome
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Grape by 1st Letter

  • A (5)
  • B (3)
  • C (8)
  • D (2)
  • E (1)
  • F (2)
  • G (10)
  • H (5)
  • J (1)
  • K (1)
  • L (1)
  • M (9)
  • N (1)
  • O (1)
  • P (8)
  • R (8)
  • S (5)
  • V (1)
  • W (1)

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