Chateau d’Auvernier Oeil de Pedrix¬†which is derived from the Pinot Noir vine by a short fermentation, generally of one night, is typically a Neuch√¢tel wine that is often imitated, but never equaled.
It accompanies all manner of dishes, from the aperitif to the dessert. For a restaurant meal, it will please both, fish and meat lovers, allowing them to commune over the same wine. Grills, poultry or exotic dishes suit it perfectly.
Salmon pink in color and raspberry-like in bouquet, this is a lively wine, exuding the aromas of Pinot Noir.