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Humagne rouge

Wild wine

With this wine, you have a choice. Either drink it young, when its lush berry fruit dominates, or wait three to five years and experience its wild side. Even when young the Humagne rouge demonstrates echoes of tree bark and animal hide. These aromas truly come into their own with maturation. They are joined by hints of smoke, brushwood and pepper. The question of where it fits seems almost unnecessary: in the wild, of course. Its origins are confusing. The Humagne grape variety should have actually been called Cornalin. It is identical to the Cornalin from the Italian Aosta Valley. Another Valais grape – the Rouge du Pays – was erroneously named after this, which in turn operates mostly as Cornalin. Thus they are both falsely named.

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Le Tourmentin 2016
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Le Tourmentin 2016

AOC Wallis, Rouvinez, 750 ml
CHF 34.–
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Cuvée 1858 Rouge 2019

AOC Wallis, Bonvin, 750 ml
CHF 57.–
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Humagne rouge 2019

AOC Wallis, Bonvin, 750 ml
CHF 23.90
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Humagne rouge 2020

AOC Wallis, Bonvin, 750 ml
CHF 23.90
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Humagne rouge 2019

AOC Wallis, Bonvin, 375 ml
CHF 13.–

Grape variety

Viura

Viura

For fruity cava and white Rioja

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Lagrein

Lagrein

With South Tyrolean cheese and dumplings

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Malvasia

Malvasia

A hint of smoke

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