Domaine Henri Cruchon

Switzerland

The Cruchons are a family of growers that has crafted wines for generations. The family is often cited as an example for a dynamic, creative approach. They have been pioneers in a number of areas that have contributed significantly to the revival of the Swiss wine industry. In the vineyards and in the cellar, bio dynamic principles are applied and followed. Their approach to cultivation results in spectacular wines with intensive and diversified tastes. A wine bearing the Henri Cruchon label and signature is like a certificate of authenticity, a respect for nature and for human values.

Behind every bottle of Henri Cruchon wine lies truth, far from the parade of soulless industrial wines. They are wines without make-up.

Wines

Le Morget Sélection Chasselas - Lunar Calendar · Profile

This fine and expressive Chasselas is crafted following a rigorous selection of the best grapes from the top terroirs. The result is a pure Chasselas that is a perfect example of the classic style of the La Côte region – slightly tonic and devilishly pleasing.

SKU 813232

Le Morget Sélection Chasselas - Lunar Calendar · Pairing

It serves as a beautiful aperitif and is the perfect accompaniment to a traditional cheese fondue. Also pairs well with charcuterie, fish and seafood.

Grand Cru Le Chapitre Chasselas - Bio dynamic · Profile

Super fine and subtle bouquet with ripe fruit, vital mineral and salinity flavour. On the palate this is a pure, finessed and highly elegant Chasselas that is unique in style. One of the finest and most vibrant and elegant Chasselas wines, demonstrating the great potential of this often underrated grape variety.

SKU 813234

Grand Cru Le Chapitre Chasselas - Bio dynamic · Pairing

This beautiful, complex white wine can easily be enjoyed on its own. It is a perfect choice with rich cheese fondue, charcuterie, grilled poultry, sushi, and flavourful fish dishes.

Altesse - Lunar Calendar · Profile

The Altesse grape, perhaps better known by its French name Roussette, is mainly found in Savoy, but it also has found a good habitat across the border in vineyards around Lake Geneva. This low yielding and late ripening grape has the potential to produce some of the fines white wines with great aging potential. This wine is wonderfully elegant, with peach and ripe apple aromas, the palate is remarkable for its elegant acidity, wrapped with a generous structure. A richly aristocratic wine.

SKU 813235

Altesse - Lunar Calendar · Pairing

Serve as an aperitif. It shows at its best when paired with elegant and flavourful fish and seafood dishes, including sashimi and sushi.

Le Cruchon Pinot Noir - Vinatura · Profile

Pinot Noir in its fruity version with aromas of ripe blackberries and cherries. Tender, sensual – a spontaneous character.

SKU 813233

Le Cruchon Pinot Noir - Vinatura · Pairing

Ideally served with lighter appetizers, mushroom dishes, poultry, and red meats.

Ultimo Gamay - Lunar Calendar · Profile

A delightful and exceptional Gamay. Late-harvest grapes lie behind this highly original wine. Stewed red fruits, generously jammy, this is a wine that goes on and on, in a celebration of its magically unique character – a Baroque wine!

SKU 813236

Ultimo Gamay - Lunar Calendar · Pairing

With its unique character and combination of body, power that is normally not associated with this grape variety, elegance, and acidity, the Ultimo Gamay is a passepartout to all varieties of dishes, ranging from local cuisine to far away exotic preparations.

Henri Cruchon Pinot Noir Servagnin - Lunar Calendar · Profile

The Servagnin, a specific clone of Pinot Noir, originated in Burgundy and was introduced to the Morges region over 600 years ago, making it the first Pinot Noir cultivated in Switzerland. The wine has a beautiful aroma of wild berries with undertones of pepper and cacao.Tannins are ripe and supple. A true delight, rivalling cru Pinot Noirs from Burgundy.

SKU 817307

Henri Cruchon Pinot Noir Servagnin - Lunar Calendar · Pairing

Best served at cellar temperature, this Pinot Noir pairs well with grilled meats, cassoulet, duck confit, and venison.