The La Cave Du Moury of Valais
The La Cave Du Moury is one of the best wineries to follow in Valais.. It offers 10 wines for sale in of Valais to come and discover on site or to buy online.
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How La Cave Du Moury wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes of poultry, lean fish or mild and soft cheese such as recipes of pumpkin and bacon pie, sole fillets au gratin with mushrooms and shallots or turkey rolls with cured ham.
The Valais is the largest wine region and appellation in Switzerland, responsible for around one third of the country's total wine production. The main Vineyard area covers the southeast-facing slopes of the dramatic Rhône river valley as the glacial waters run southwest between Leuk (Loeche in French) and Fully. The river changes direction at Martigny and then runs northwest to exit the valley and empty into Lac Léman (Lake Geneva).
Vineyard area here comes to around 4,800 hectares (11,800 acres) and is generally located on (often steep) slopes and terraces between the flat, fertile, Heavy soils at the bottom of the valley - often given over to fruit production, industry and urban development - and the bare rock of the mountainside that towers above.
The Valais Terroir is one of the world's most dramatic. The valley benefits from its sheltered position below the high alpine peaks, with the most obvious bonus being the fohn wind, which keeps the area unusually Warm and Dry considering its altitude (most vines grow here at between 460 and 760m - 1500-2500ft). The fohn effect is also enjoyed by Ticino, although there, mountain weather systems bring sporadic, heavy rainfall. Vertiginous alpine topography also gives the vines in Valais the advantage of emphasized vineyard orientation and many are planted on steep gradients of up to 90% (42 degrees).
This steepness, although making it markedly harder to manage and harvest the vines, brings the significant benefits of excellent drainage and increased exposure to sunlight. Production is centered around the towns and villages that run aLong the 50km (30 mile) section of the valley from Martigny in the southwest to Leuk, northeast. It is not unusual to see labels mention both variety and town, such as "Amigne de Vétroz" or "Fendant de Sion". This commune-based labelling convention is a reasonably widespread Swiss quirk as most appellations in the country follow broad, cantonal boundaries yet allow the name of the commune (sometimes even cadastral names and "lieu-dits") on the label.
How La Cave Du Moury wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes of pork, rich fish (salmon, tuna etc) or spicy food such as recipes of country cabbage, tuna and goat cheese pie or kefta.
Interspecific crossing between 23416 Joannès Seyve (4.825 Bertille Seyve x 7053 Seibel) and the gewurztraminer obtained in 1965 by Herb Barrett of the University of Illinois (United States) and selected by the Experimental Station of Cornell University in Geneva (United States) In this country, it can be found in many wine-producing regions, as well as in Canada and Germany, but it is virtually unknown in France.
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Term used in certain regions to identify a particular sector within a larger appellation (Beaujolais, Côtes-du-Rhône).