Swiss grape variety: Aromatic cross between Chasselas and Chardonnay
Doral is a new variety developed by Agroscope in Pully (Switzerland). It was created in 1965 from the varieties Chasselas and Chardonnay. The aim was to create a variety that is more aromatic and sugary than Chasselas. Grown exclusively in Switzerland, this early-ripening, high-yielding grape variety, which is susceptible to raw rot, produces fresh and aromatic wines characterised by notes of tropical fruit.