Cornalin is one of the oldest Valais grape varieties to be found exclusively in Valais.
Name: Cornalin AOC (Appellation d'origine contrôlée Valais, Valais Controlled Designation of Origin). Colour: red Production area: Valais, Salgesch municipality, Gomarting and Schampichtru Grape variety: Cornalin (old Landroter) Origin: One of the oldest grape varieties in the Valais. It can only be found in Valais and is considered the autochthonous variety of Valais. Vinification: Traditional must fermentation according to the quality standards of the Albert Mathier and Sons family. Expansion: steel tank expansion Alcohol content: 13.5 % vol. Drinking temperature: 15-17 °C Food: This wine is recommended with: meat, game and old Valais cheese.