wine types

different savours

Pinot Noir (Red grapes)

Pinot Noir is a red wine of light to medium body and delicate, smooth, rich complexity with earthy aromas. Pinot Noirs exude the flavour of berries, baked cherries and plums.

best served with :

grilled salmon, roast beef, lamb, duck, and mushrooms.

Pinot noir as rosé or vin gris

A Vin Gris is a salmon-colored wine with light and darker nuances. It produces crispy, strawberry, citrus fruit and raspberry flavors. Vin Gris wines are served chilled and are therefore refreshing.

best served with :

seafood and salmon.



Müller Thurgau is a delicately aromatic white wine, greenish to pale yellow in colour, flowery, lightly herbaceous with a hint of Mirabelle, Pears and Muscat, dry fresh and aromatic on the palate.

Best served with :

Fish, summer cuisine


Pinot gris

The low acidity of this white variety helps produce rich, lightly perfumed wines that are often more colorful than other whites. It produces an aroma of williams pears, apples and sometimes of herbs.

Best served with:

Best served with goose or duck liver if the wine contains residual sweetness.

Best served with fish or white meat if dry.


Pinot Blanc

Pinot Blanc is a lighter flavored white wine with a fruity aroma of peach, white petals and almond undertones combined with characteristic high acidity.

Best served with:

seafood, light-flavored meats, light-medium sauces and mild-flavored cheese choices.



Sylvaner grape is originally coming from Austria and was introduced 350 years ago in Germany. Sylvaner gives a pleasant, fresh, fruity and dry wine. The wine has a pale green/ yellow color. It offers flower and lemon aromas.

Best served with :

Excellent with asparagus or served as an aperitif.



Rieslings are white wines known for their floral aroma. Depending on where they're made, they can be crisp and bone-dry, full-bodied and spicy or luscious and sweet. The flavor is often of peaches, apricots, honey, and apples.

Best served with:

Duck, pork, and roast vegetables.


Scheurebe or Sämling 88 (white wine grape variety.)

The Scheurebe wines have full body, pronounced acidity and a bouquet and taste reminiscent of black currants, sometimes elderflower or peach.

Best served with:

Asian dishes or fruity desserts.



Typically off-dry, with a flamboyant bouquet of lychees When produced to a dryer scale, Gewurz may also have aromas of roses, passion fruit and floral notes.

Best served with :

Asian dishes or fruity desserts.



The white Muscat grape produces spicy, floral wines. Muscat's can range from very dry and fresh to sweet and syrupy with an aroma of nutmeg, peach and passion fruit. This variety is often served with puddings and chocolate desserts.


Sauvignon Blanc

Typically a light to medium-bodied, crisp and refreshing white wine with notable acidity, Sauvignon Blanc offers a fairly wide range of flavors. From herbal taste sensations to veggie, and from flavors of grass, hay and mineral tones to a citrus and tropical flavor mix.

Best served with:

Fish or white meat



Merlot is a red wine with medium to full body and herbaceous flavours. Merlot is typically softer in taste than Cabernet Sauvignon due to having less tannin. Its flavours and aromas include blackberry, baked cherries, plums, chocolate, and mocha.

Best served with:

poultry and grilled meats, however, these types of wines actually go well with most foods.



Chardonnay is a white wine which can range from a clean, crisp, buttery, vanilla flavour, to a rich and complex oak-aged flavour. Chardonnay typically balances fruit, acidity and texture.

Best served with:

everything from fish and poultry to cheeses