Servagnin was first cultivated in the Morges region in 1420, making it the oldest Pinot Noir in Switzerland. With its unrivalled deliciousness, it is a wine to be tasted and embraced.

Servagnin is a powerful Pinot Noir with a deep colour. The nose has hints of brambles, undergrowth and red fruit. The palate is structured, full-bodied and supported by sapid acidity.

The Servagnin vines are located on several terroirs in the Morges region.
The leaves are removed and the grapes harvested by hand.

The grapes are fermented in whole bunches for 6 days, followed by 6 days of fermentation in destemmed, unpressed grapes.
After pressing, the Servagnin is aged for 10 months in 500-litre barrels, followed by 6 months in tuns.

Price: bottle of 75cl : 26.00 CHF   (3.46 CHF/100ml)

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75cl 2022

Grape variety

Pinot Noir Servagnin

When to Drink

3-6 years

Vine cultivated in biodynamie CH-BIO-006

Der Servagnin wurde vom Mémoire des vins suisses ausgewählt


Henri Cruchon
Henri Cruchon
Henri Cruchon