Chasselas

(Chasselas Blanc, Chasselas Doré, Chasselas Croquant, Fendant, Valais, Gutedel, and more ...)

Chasselas maintains a very modest acreage in North America. It is most associated with Switzerland, where it is by far that country’s most planted variety. In Switzerland, it has several other regional names, including Fendant, in the Vaud and Valais districts. Here it is usually vinified into technically clean, dry and mildly fruity white wines. In France, this variety is more often identified as a table grape. Although it is responsible for wine production of the lightly regarded ‘Pouilly Sur Loire’ appellation. It also maintains a small acreage under vine in France’s northern region of Alsace.

Your slight appearance doesn't forewarn the volume of your voice. The most popular entertainer in your Swiss homeland, you perform with precision and technical perfection. While your style has yet to catch on in North America, you remain an alpine legend. – Description from Appellation America (view original content)

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  • I was surprised how little money the Luxembourg wine went for but I am not ... ... complaining. I have had a Chasselas but it was from Alsace. It was:-Anne de Laweis Alsace Chasselas Vieilles Vignes 2011I did write up a review on here. I thought it a little bland It is unlikely that Her Majesty's wine is counterfeit:-be a little embarasing to ... Read More

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  • Dunc, wine from Luxembourg is a very cool purchase, since they produce tiny ... and also to drink some Swiss Chasselas next time I am over that way.  I can't imagine I will see any of it out here in Cali.BTW, this weekend we are finally having dinner with our friends at the BYOB restaurant.  We'll put together probably three wines that were on... Read More

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  • QUOTEI'm not sure your statement about most French wine regions are ... ... ... Sauvignon Blanc and some Chasselas.Regarding your reference to Alsace displaying the grape on the label, according to what I have been reading, displaying the grape is typically an indication of a lower classification of wine. I haven't read anything about Alsace c... Read More

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  • Hi all,Just want to introduce myself. I have recently started taking an interest in wine and have come to the point where I want to start learning more about it. At this point I can identify which lines I like, and which I don’t, but I really hope to be able to take it a step further and understand what makes it so that I like certain wines and ... Read More

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  • 2011 Carlisle White Blend, 66% Semillon, 24% Muscadelle, 10% Chasselas Dore' (or Palomino, from 118 yr. old vines at Saitone Ranch, RRV). Not to be outdone, the Semillon comes from Monte Rosso, planted in 1886, and Pagani Ranch Muscadelle planted in 1920. You gotta be kidding me...I'm glad I looked this up after my first few sips. Talk about try... Read More

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  • Anne de Laweis Aslsace Chasselas Vieilles Vignes 2011

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  • Anne de Laweis Alsace Chasselas Vieilles Vignes 2011

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    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Kensington [ ... has to ... has to appear on the bottle. Chasselas is one of the lesser known varieties grown in Alsace but it is also grown in Switzerland where it is believed to have originated. Anne de Laweis was a lady who lived in Alsace in the 16th century whose name is now used by the... Read More

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  • Perhaps we could use a place to share recent purchases...Here are some '12 Burlotto Langhe Nebbiolo, which came highly recommended from a trusted friend who just got back from a month in Italy. I'm not seeing many available in the States quite yet, but was happy to find these locally. Read More

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  • @ DMCKER:Okay. IMHO, the best red swiss wines are made from either Pinot Noir ... ... of Switzerland. I prefer Chasselas (in Germany, thiis is called Gutedel). The best Chasselas is coming from the Dézaley vineyard (at the lake of Geneva, near from Lausanne. A very bold vineyard, optimal for getting a lot of sunshine. Also the facr of beeing n... Read More

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  • HiIMHO the best of swiss wines is about Pinot Noir (Valais, Vaud, Grison), ... ... (Romandie) there are also Chasselas wines (white) available: fruity, light that suite perfectly with Fondue or RacletteIMHO, swiss wines do not very well support new oak: in these cases, the taste of new wood dominates the wine taste, and that's not lovely.The l... Read More

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