Heida (Savagnin Blanc)


Bottle / 75cl


Jean-René Germanier Heida de Vex, Clos de la Couta 2019

Expressive racy with minerality and freshness

Country of origin |
Region | Valais, Vetroz
Grape Variety |
Also known as Savagnin Blanc, has its origins from the Swiss Alps and is similar in style to the Traminer-family of grapes. Planted in the Valais region of Switzerland, Heida is grown on some of the highest vineyards in Europe. Produces full bodied, gently aromatic white wines. Pairs well with hard cheese and fish
Vintage | 2019
Size | Bottle / 75cl
ABV | 14%
Allergens | Sulphites
Style |
A wine between 12.5-13.5% alcohol with more some intensity of fruit and stronger flavours than in a light bodied wine. Climate and winemaking techniques such as when the grapes are picked at harvest time, ageing, oak will affect the shape and boldness of a wine. With medium to high acidity and/or medium tannins, these are quintessential foodie wines. If your preference is for wines with a bit more body and concentration, then look out for these grape varieties: 2-3 year aged whites such as Chardonnay, Riesling, Gruner Veltliner and for the reds, Sangiovese, Garnacha, Cabernet Franc, Kekfrankos.

Price £44.59

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12+ £40.13
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The wine is super expressive and racy with complex citrus and sonte fruit notes. With a beautiful vivacity that gives it a straight and precise frame. The finish is ample and generous and retains a hint of minerality and freshness


Appearance: Pale yellow with golden hues.

Nose: Complex with aromas of lemon zest, fresh fruits and mineral notes.

Palate: Racy, harmonious with a clear structure. The finish is full and long-lasting with a mineral-fresh note.

Serving recommendation: 8-10°C

Food pairing

Aperitif, soft cheese, smoked trout



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