Pack «a tour of the estate»

Discover the diversity of our wine range in a "Tasting" pack

Pack «a tour of the estate»

CHF 360.90

As the name suggests, with this pack we offer you the chance to taste all the wines from the estate, and to do this comfortably at home, or in the company of friends. Definitely a very convivial experience!

3 tasting packs

Choose from our 3 Packs to discover the wines of the Maison Blanche Estate

 

«A tour of the estate»

Pack «wine tasting» including 17 wines.

Price: CHF 360.90

«The Chasselas in all its forms»

Pack «wine tasting» including 8 wines.

Prix: CHF 174.40

Pack Madame : « because flowers are perishable »

Pack «wine tasting» including 8 wines.

Prix: CHF 169.80

Tasting pack «Le Tour du Domaine»

Description of wines comprising the pack «The Tour of the Estate».
You can also order these wines individually

 

Maison Blanche “Tradition”


11.80

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, domaine de Maison Blanche “Tradition”

Characteristic of the wine

The hillside closest to the lake. A microclimate and heavy topsoil give this chasselas wine body and the caracter typical of the real Mont-sur-Rolle.

Suggested food pairings

Goes well with cheeses and freshwater fish. An excellent aperitif wine.
 
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Féchy Coteau de Curzille


10.80

AOC Féchy Grand Cru, Coteau de Curzille “Tradition”

Characteristic of the wine

On a steep, south-facing hillside. The mineral-rich soil gives this wine its fruity taste, its lightness and its fine bouquet.

Suggested food pairings

It is excellent with freshwater fish and oysters. It is also very apreciated as an aperitif drink.
 
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Mont-sur-Rolle Clos de Germagny


11.80

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Clos de Germagny

Characteristic of the wine

Germagny : a small village near Cluny. From there, a link to the famous monks who founded the region’s vineyards is but a small step…
Owned by the Bercher family, this estate is cultivated by the Maison Blanche team. The area has been free of insecticides since 2018.
Produced in the Germanic style, that’s to say without a second fermentation and with a slight amount of residual sugar; this wine is lively, with however a slight sweetness to give it balance.

Suggested food pairings

Perfect with « sweet and sour » dishes, curries and most savoury food.

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Mont-sur-Rolle Clos du Couvent


22.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Clos du Couvent

Characteristic of the wine

It is so called because the vineyard belonged to the monks of the Abbey of Romainmôtier, which depended on the Order of Cluny in Burgundy. They cleared the land and turned it into the vineyards as they still exist. It became the property of the old Geneva family Rilliet at the time of the Reformation and stayed in their possession to the present day. This Chasselas wine was selected from old vines in the Clos and matured on lees in wood barrels, to give it its particular rich flavour and aftertaste. The lees is also an excellent support to help the wine age well. This is the reason why we wait a few years before putting it onto the market. Also, in order to preserve its original flavours, it is not filtered. Which means that it will have be to decanted carefully before serving, as a pre-dinner drink or in gastronomy.

Suggested food pairings

Wonderfull with asparagus, fine starters, lake fish, cheese.

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Aubonne Clos d’Aspre


20.00

AOC la Côte, Aubonne Grand Cru, Clos d’Aspre, Savagnin blanc

Characteristic of the wine

(Also known as Heida or Païen where other names are given to grape varieties)
This cousin of the Traminer originates from Northern Italy, but is similar to the ‘vins jaunes’ from the French Jura. It has found its chalky soil at the Clos d’Aspre. A very small production imparts the distinctive taste which will accentuate with aging.

Suggested food pairings

Magnificent to accompany poultry in ‘vin Jaune’, morel mushrooms, a joint of veal or foie gras.

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Mont-sur-Rolle Viognier sec


21.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Viognier sec

Characteristic of the wine

It was like love at first sight when I had the first taste of this wine, in its region of origin, Condrieu (Vienne/Lyon). The young plants I took home and planted here seem to enjoy to be on the shore of the Lake of Geneva. It is a variety that doesn’t yield much, however. While it is maturing in its used barrel for twelve months, it develops distinct aromas of peach and apricot. A truly exceptional wine.

Suggested food pairings

Goes well with shell fish and seafood as well as desserts and is also very appreciated as an aperitif drink.

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Mont-sur-Rolle “la Part des Anges”


20.50

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru,”la Part des Anges”

Characteristic of the wine

Harvested from old Chasselas vines. This wine is barrel matured on lees for twelve months, which makes it full bodied and elegant, with a note of vanilla. The idea stems from winegrowing friends on a visit from Burgundy.

Suggested food pairings

Goes well with seafood starters, poultry, veal, asparagus strong-tasting chesses, but also with desserts.

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Mont-sur-Rolle Blanc de blancs Demi-sec


26.50

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Blanc de blancs Demi-sec

Characteristic of the wine

Elaborated like the Blanc de blancs dry, with the difference that homemade liqueur made of the flowers of the elder tree is added.

A gently perfumed note and sweet. Ladies, on your marks! Served well chilled, as an aperitif drink.

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Mont-sur-Rolle Blanc de blancs Brut


26.50

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Blanc de blancs Brut

Characteristic of the wine

A Chasselas, elaborated with the traditionnel method of bottle fermentation. Elegant, small bubbles, combined with moderate acidity. A must for connoisseurs of sparkling wines.

Suggested food pairings

Goes with all sorts of starters as well as to round off a meal. Well chilled, it is an absolute delight on a sunny terrace.

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Mont-sur-Rolle Viognier doux


27.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Viognier doux

Characteristic of the wine

This sweet Viognier is obtained in the same way the famous German eiswein is obtained. That is the grapes are pressed frozen to extract the sugar. (The ice is retained as sugar thaws faster than water). So you get a sweet juice (must) of a very high sugar content, as well as a bouquet with the nose of peaches and apricots typical of the Viognier, but confected.

Suggested food pairings

Its natural high acidity makes it ideal in gastronomy with foie gras, strong cheeses and desserts. Or why not, as a still witness of a special moment such as a romantic tête-à-tête…
 
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Mont-sur-Rolle Vieux Chasselas doux


45.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Vieux Chasselas doux

Characteristic of the wine

This sweet Chasselas is obtained in the same way the famous German eiswein is obtained. That is the grapes are pressed frozen to extract the sugar. (The ice is retained, as sugar thaws faster than water). So you get a sweet juice (must) of a very high sugar content, which then is fermented. Once it has become wine, it is raised in new oak barrels, which gives it this subtle symbiosis between vanilla and the smokey taste of the oak and the characteristic linden taste of the mature Chasselas.

Suggested food pairings

Definitely a wine to be used in gastronomy. But it goes well with old cheese or chocolate dessert.
 
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Mont-sur-Rolle Rosé de Mondeuse


13.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Rosé de Mondeuse

Characteristic of the wine

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Rosé de Mondeuse
A rosé like strawberries: seasonal. Produced in small quantities – just for summer!
The character and colour of ‘la Mondeuse’ make it a gastronomical rosé.

Suggested food pairings

Accompanies mixed salads, fish kebabs and other barbecue dishes.

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Mont-sur-Rolle Gamay


14.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Gamay

Characteristic of the wine

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, Gamay
Its lovely distinct raspberry flavour makes one want to drink this Gamay like a Beaujolais, fresh and young. But it doesn’ reach full maturity before about twelve months’ time.

Suggested food pairings

Goes well with cold cuts and not too strong cheeses. The ideal pick-nick wine.

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Aubonne Clos d’Aspre, Pinot Noir


17.00

AOC Aubonne Grand Cru, Clos d’Aspre, Pinot Noir

Characteristic of the wine

A clone from Burgundy and another from Cortaillod (Neuchâtel). These two origins flourish upon a perfect chalky soil. The wine is matured for a year in casks in the Clos d’Aspre wine-cellar : All conditions are fulfilled to obtain an excellent Pinot Noir.

Suggested food pairings

Accompanies poultry, beef Bourguignon and good cheeses.

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Aubonne Clos d’Aspre, Malbec


20.00

AOC Aubonne Grand Cru, Clos d’Aspre, Malbec

Characteristic of the wine

The Black Cot but more commonly known by its name originates from the Malbec Cahors vineyards, located between Bordeaux and Toulouse (F). It is a calcareous soil in Aubonne having similarities with its region of origin. A winery moderate and maturation from 12 to 24 months in used barrels bring him a “silky” we do not always know it.

Suggested food pairings

A wine to enjoy with Mediterranean cuisine… or Argentina.

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AOC Mont-sur-Rolle “Mondeuse noire & Pinot noir”


24.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, “Mondeuse noire & Pinot noir”

Characteristic of the wine

Mondeuse noire, very wide-spread in the Canton of Vaud 200 years ago, was decimated (1870) by Phyloxera (a disease brought from America by ship in the early 1800s), which devastated European vineyards. The remedy was to graft European grape varieties onto American vines. In Switzerland, it wasn’t replanted until the 1990s, having a late maturity and needing too much care. This relative of the famous Syrah produces a wild and peppery wine, and a fortunate marriage with Pinot noir, bringing finesse and fruitiness, makes it a first- class wine. This blend is kept for 24 months in casks, and then stored in bottles until maturity.

Suggested food pairings

A perfect accompaniement for meat, particularly game, as well as cheeses.

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Mont-sur-Rolle “la Part des Anges” rouge


30.00

AOC Mont-sur-Rolle Grand Cru, “la Part des Anges” rouge

Characteristic of the wine

“the Angels’ Share” A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, these Bordeaux grape varieties flourish against the walls of the estate, thus assuring full maturity for their grapes. This wine, influenced by St Emilion, is cask-matured for 2 years in Bordelaise style. Its structure makes it an excellent wine for laying-down, and in spite of its rarity, it is recommended to let it age another three to four years.

Suggested food pairings

Accompanies red meat, game and why not, dark chocolate.

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