This month we’re pouring out Alpine wines from France and Switzerland. These mountainous regions grow their grapes in cooler climates at high altitude, and as a result, are best known for high-acid whites and lighter bodied reds. We’ll have a few new bottles for you to try, including an earthy, unfiltered orange Amphore Klettgau, grown in the Swiss Alps; Didier Grappe Savagnin Ouille, a fresh, crisp white with high minerality; Domaine de la Touraize Ploussard, a light, lively young and juicy red made using regional grapes in Jura; and Yves Duport Pinot Noir, a delicate pinot from Bugey, well rounded with berry flavours. Try them whilst they last.
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