Vineyard in organic farming
In confidence with nature
Organic vineyard certified by bio-inspecta (CH-BIO-006)
Welcome to our winery, where we exchange between the universe of the vine and the wine in addition to the tasting of our wines. Find us in the middle of the picturesque village of Epesses in Lavaux, a terraced vineyard that has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007.
Blaise Duboux, winemaker and oenologist, is the 17th generation descendent active on this estate, more than five centuries of a beautiful family history. Blaise is one of the few winemakers to practice organic farming in the steep vineyards of Lavaux, where he perpetuates the viticulture of the generations that preceded him, shaping the landscape, taming the vine and enriching the land. It is here that he raises wines that express the finesse and authenticity of the terroirs.
The estate has 5 hectares of vines, 75% of which are Chasselas. The other grape varieties produced are Chardonnay and Marsanne for the whites; Plant Robez – an old selection of Gamay – Pinot Noir, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Divico for reds. The Chasselas, the estate’s main grape variety offers five distinctive vintages: two Dézaley, a Calamin, an Epesses and a Villette.
We look forward to welcoming you soon at the estate.
Picturesque village of Epesses in Lavaux, Vaud, Switzerland
Our wine selection
White wines, red wines and special varieties
Lavaux, the terraced Vineyards, a UNESCO Word Heritage site
Experience Lavaux by taking a guided tour, visiting a cellar and enjoying a wine tasting
The specificities of Lavaux wines
The different terroirs and microclimates of the vineyards allow for an interesting and surprising declination of flavors in the wines of this Vaud vineyard. At the edge of the lake, the vines are filled with the 3 regional suns: that of the sky and that of the lake thanks to the reverberation that is stored in the walls forming the thousands of terraces of Lavaux. The king grape variety of the region is the Chasselas, a white wine rich in fruits and dry aromas.
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