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Ermitage de Fully, Cave des Amandiers - A. Deletraz - 2020

  • Provenance: Valais
  • Appellation: Valais
  • Domain: Cave des Amandiers
  • Grape variety(ies): Ermitage. En France, on l’appelle Marsanne Blanche et on la retrouve beaucoup dans les Côtes-du-Rhône Nord ainsi que dans la moitié sud du pays. Elle est arrivée en Valais aux alentours de 1842 et s’est parfaitement acclimatée, par commodité les anciens l’ont appelée Ermitage ou Hermitage.
  • On-call time: 12 years
  • Alcohol degree: 13.7%
It is a wine with a lot of suppleness, volume and fatness, it interests us by its structure and its texture. There are also hints of almond and chestnut. The finish is marked by a slight bitterness and nuances that are more often found in spirits. With time, it can give off aromas of white truffle and raspberry liqueur and always benefits from a few years of ageing.
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The Petite Arvine vines, which come from a selection of plots in the area known as "Les Seyes", are entirely planted on gneiss. The crystalline base of hard gneiss is covered by soils with a very low level of clay (>10%) and limestone (0 to 8%) and a very high level of sand and light, draining silts. The vineyard benefits from a continental climate with Mediterranean tendencies, with optimal sunshine, especially during the vegetative period. The Foehn effect favours a healthy state of the grapes at harvest time. Yield of 40 hl/ha.


A confidential production, this cuvée was aged for 22 months in tuns (12 hl muids) and on the lees for 8 months. The wine was not subjected to malolactic fermentation.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Sea bass tartar - Royale of cod with citrus fruits - Scallops.


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