Oeil de Perdrix AOC

Oeil de Perdrix AOC
Albert Mathier et Fils

OriginSwitzerland, Wallis
Grapes Pinot Noir
ProducerAlbert Mathier & Söhne
ABV12.5 %
Best before1 - 5 years after harvest
Temperature10 - 12 °C
Product number3691718
Packaging6 bottle boxes
Wine description as a PDF file
75 cl
CHF 18.00
  • Tasting nodes
    This wine comes from the Valais, the upper part of the Rhone Valley which stretches from Switzerland to the South of France. The dry and warm climate is perfect for the production of well structured white wines and powerful reds. The most important red grapes are the world-famous Pinot noir and the fruity and spicy Gamay. Highly in demand are the two rare specialties Humagne rouge and Cornalin. The origin of these two grapes which share common characteristics is unknown. Their wines belong to the most sought-after Swiss wines and are a great match for game and lamb. Due to their great structure, they are often aged in oak barrels.

  • Albert Mathier & Söhne
    While the world economy was practically driven to a halt in 1928, one family decided to defy this situation and started to dig up fallow land and cultivate it with vines. By founding his own wine business, Albert Mathier thus set the milestone for the history of the family Mathier and their red wine metropolis situated in Salgesch. Today the wine business of A. Mathier and Sons is a small family business, which devotes itself to satisfying every wish of a wine epicure. During all those years a lot of experience has been gathered and a tradition built up. An extensive wine infrastructure ensures that the highest standards of wine processing are provided. Alwin and Martin look after the wines, Peter is responsible for the deliveries and Amédée manages the business. The wine family Albert Mathier & Sons own 30ha. of land growing over 300 000 vines. The wine processing is done entirely by the family business. Starting from the vine tending and ending with the delivery of the bottled quality wines.

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