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Bernard Ravet Collection

Vufflens-le-Château sur Lie

White | Cave de la Côte

La Côte AOC
Collection “Le Vin Vivant” Bernard Ravet

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n° of article: 003440.004
Bottling : 75 cl
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Vufflens-le-Château sur Lie

White | Cave de la Côte

La Côte AOC
Collection “Le Vin Vivant” Bernard Ravet

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Médailles et distinctions

Gold medal, Mondial du Chasselas, 2017

Country / region

Vaud

Origine

Selection of vineyards in the Vufflens-le-Château appellation.

grape variety

Chasselas

Tasting notice

Nose: fully reveals its expansive nature in aromas of white-fleshed fruits (peach, apricot) and vanilla notes.
Taste: maturation on the lees results in rich fruit, luscious and flavourful. Perfectly balanced, this wine is lively and dashing, with a touch of citrus on the finish that reinforces its impression of acidity. A wine which has everything to please for a good many years.

character

powerful

Food and wine pairings

Aperitif, Cheese dish, Fish from the lake, Sushis, white meat

Aromatic notes

spicy, white fruits

Occasion

Aperitif, Family meal, Friends meal, picnic

Temperature-de-service

12°C

Garde

Within 3-6 years

Bernard Ravet Collection

A beautiful collaboration:
Confederates in the search for unusual flavours, chef Bernard Ravet, Cave Cidis chief oenologist Rodrigo Banto, and “Gault Millau Sommelier of the Year 2017”, Nathalie Ravet, from l’Hermitage, showcase their knowledge in the “Le Vin Vivant” Collection – wines that combine unique, authentic flavours and the taste of nature at its best.

The Ravet family
Bernard Ravet and his son Guy, Grands Chefs Relais & Châteaux, have humbly dedicated themselves to showcasing the region’s produce, seafood and products from further afield. Ruth Ravet is at the heart of the restaurant and understands how to take you under her wing and devine your needs. Nathalie, the oldest daughter, recognised as Sommelier of the Year in 2007 by the Gault Millau Guide, is happiest managing the wine cellar and is gifted at matching wine and food.