2007 Cave de la côte Oenoline la Côte ($18)
This light-bodied, refreshing white, from a winery on the shores of Lake Geneva, is made with Chasselas—Switzerland’s most widely planted grape.
2007 Robert Gilliard les Murettes Fendant ($28)
In the Valais region near the Italian border, Chasselas is called Fendant. Gilliard’s floral, citrusy bottling is a standout.
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2006 Serge Roh Les Ruinettes Amigne de Vétroz Grand Cru ($40)
Also from the Valais, this silky, honeyed white is made with Amigne, a local grape. Bright acidity gives Roh’s full-bodied, semisweet wine a nice lift.