Domaine de Beudon

Valais Fendant

9.135 ratings
9.111 pro ratings
Valais, Switzerland
Fendant
Top Notes For
Rodney Rosser

2014 - I love older vintage chasselas

2014 - I love older vintage chasselas

Oct 16th, 2021
Rodney Rosser

Man I love Chasselas!

Man I love Chasselas!

Feb 7th, 2019
Rodney Rosser

Wow

Jan 2nd, 2018
Annette Peters

Remarkable freshness, apricot and mineral, corn nut aroma, followed by youthful fruit and fruit pit, good length - all biodynamic vineyard that you take a chair lift to get to!

Remarkable freshness, apricot and mineral, corn nut aroma, followed by youthful fruit and fruit pit, good length - all biodynamic vineyard that you take a chair lift to get to!

1 person found it helpfulDec 13th, 2014
Martin Oehmke

Needs a lot of air. But then it's a seriously good wine.

Needs a lot of air. But then it's a seriously good wine.

1 person found it helpfulNov 7th, 2014
Zachary Sussman

Wine writer PUNCH

8.8

I don't understand how you can get this textural depth at 11.1% alcohol. But this is gorgeous, nutty, a little buckwheat and starting to turn the slightest tinge of gold.

I don't understand how you can get this textural depth at 11.1% alcohol. But this is gorgeous, nutty, a little buckwheat and starting to turn the slightest tinge of gold.

Nov 16th, 2014
Chris

Light on the palette with very subtle notes of wild berries

Light on the palette with very subtle notes of wild berries

Nov 6th, 2021
Michelle M

Raspberry bushes and cranberry with hints of cinnamon, basil, and warm steel on the nose; plum, cherry cola, summer berries on the palate with notes of cocoa, almonds, and slight hints of spicy bubblegum on the finish. Light bodied red with mid-weight tannins. Pretty cool and interesting especially for a gamay, should go well with a hearty fish dish or tomato-based pasta

Raspberry bushes and cranberry with hints of cinnamon, basil, and warm steel on the nose; plum, cherry cola, summer berries on the palate with notes of cocoa, almonds, and slight hints of spicy bubblegum on the finish. Light bodied red with mid-weight tannins. Pretty cool and interesting especially for a gamay, should go well with a hearty fish dish or tomato-based pasta

Jan 31st, 2020
Matthew Robinson

Apricot, quince, lacking a balancing acidity

Apricot, quince, lacking a balancing acidity

Jan 20th, 2020
Kseniya Volosnikova

A good representative example of Swiss white wines from Fendant grape variety (Chasselas). Aromas of ripe peach, yellow apple, honey, acacia, sunflower seeds, cream and brioche. Good acidity for a 10-year old white wine. Aftertaste with notes of apples, hay, yellow ripe fruit.

A good representative example of Swiss white wines from Fendant grape variety (Chasselas). Aromas of ripe peach, yellow apple, honey, acacia, sunflower seeds, cream and brioche. Good acidity for a 10-year old white wine. Aftertaste with notes of apples, hay, yellow ripe fruit.

Jul 5th, 2018