Clos du Rocher

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The Clos du Rocher, an exceptional terroir for the production of Chasselas, has been worked by the Obrist company since 1918.

The winegrowers, who have succeeded one another over the decades, have regularly been crowned or distinguished during the Vevey Winegrowers' Festival. Today, Jean-Daniel Suardet looks after the vines and André Hotz, the oenologist, makes the wine. The Clos du Rocher comprises 10 hectares of vines in a single block, planted almost exclusively with Chasselas and some Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. In 2012, the Clos du Rocher Grand Cru 2011 was crowned world champion at the Mondial du Chasselas in Aigle. Number of hectares: 10 Specialities: Clos du Rocher Grand Cru, Clos du Rocher Rouge Grand Cru

Visit: by appointment

The Clos du Rocher, an exceptional terroir for the production of Chasselas, has been worked by the Obrist company since 1918.

The winegrowers, who have succeeded one another over the decades, have regularly been crowned or distinguished during the Vevey Winegrowers' Festival. Today, Jean-Daniel Suardet looks after the vines and André Hotz, the oenologist, makes the wine. The Clos du Rocher comprises 10 hectares of vines in a single block, planted almost exclusively with Chasselas and some Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. In 2012, the Clos du Rocher Grand Cru 2011 was crowned world champion at the Mondial du Chasselas in Aigle. Number of hectares: 10 Specialities: Clos du Rocher Grand Cru, Clos du Rocher Rouge Grand Cru

Visit: by appointment

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