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Amigne

The wine with the bees

What does the Amigne have to do with bees? This white Valais specialty is the flagship of the village of Vétroz. It is distinguished by its aromas of orange and tangerine and by its lively acidity. Above all, it covers the whole spectrum of wine types, from bone dry to nobly sweet. And this is where the bees come into play. To help consumers know what type they are getting, the winemakers from Vétroz have produced a logo: one bee on the bottle signifies a dry wine, two bees mean semisweet and three bees stand for a sweet variety. Tip: try the dry or slightly sweet version with a poultry pâté. The sweet wines harmonize perfectly with fruit desserts like tarte Tatin. By the way: all of the wines from Amigne can age quite excellently.

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Amigne de Vétroz 2020

AOC Wallis, Bonvin, 750 ml
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Amigne de Vétroz 2019

AOC Wallis, Bonvin, 750 ml
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Cuvée 1858 Blanc 2019

AOC Wallis, Bonvin, 750 ml

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