Cave Champ de Clos

Description

As far back as the 15th century the Conne family cultivated vineyards on the Lavaux hillsides. Today Christelle Conne spearheads the operation formerly run by her parents.

Proud to perpetuate the natural riches entrenched in the terroir, the Cave Champ de Clos is a dynamic enterprise. Its focus lies in producing an excellent quality grape in environmentally friendly conditions so as to develop the fine wines that have become the Estate‚Äôs hallmark. Based in Chexbres in the heart of Lavaux, the family strives to showcase the extraordinary richness of the Vaudois terroir so also cultivates vines in Aigle and Ollon in Chablais, an area which produces the famous Viognier. The planting of the vineyard is determined by the exposure of the land and the type of soil in each plot. With a majority Chasselas and Pinot noir, Christelle Conne upholds tradition but has not been afraid to branch out along new lines with Gameret, Garanoir, Merlot, Gew√ľrztraminer Chardonnay and Sauvignon as specialities. Number of hectares : 12 Specialities : Viognier d'Ollon, Aigle le Long Bec, Chasselas

Max. number of people per visit : 60 people Visiting times : Monday to Friday 8h - 12h / 14h - 17h or by appointment Price per person : According to the number of wines and accompaniments chosen Package : - Winetasting - Hire of vaults for a meal from CHF 200.-

As far back as the 15th century the Conne family cultivated vineyards on the Lavaux hillsides. Today Christelle Conne spearheads the operation formerly run by her parents.

Proud to perpetuate the natural riches entrenched in the terroir, the Cave Champ de Clos is a dynamic enterprise. Its focus lies in producing an excellent quality grape in environmentally friendly conditions so as to develop the fine wines that have become the Estate‚Äôs hallmark. Based in Chexbres in the heart of Lavaux, the family strives to showcase the extraordinary richness of the Vaudois terroir so also cultivates vines in Aigle and Ollon in Chablais, an area which produces the famous Viognier. The planting of the vineyard is determined by the exposure of the land and the type of soil in each plot. With a majority Chasselas and Pinot noir, Christelle Conne upholds tradition but has not been afraid to branch out along new lines with Gameret, Garanoir, Merlot, Gew√ľrztraminer Chardonnay and Sauvignon as specialities. Number of hectares : 12 Specialities : Viognier d'Ollon, Aigle le Long Bec, Chasselas

Max. number of people per visit : 60 people Visiting times : Monday to Friday 8h - 12h / 14h - 17h or by appointment Price per person : According to the number of wines and accompaniments chosen Package : - Winetasting - Hire of vaults for a meal from CHF 200.-

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