Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Native variety of Savoy, it would be coming from a natural intraspecific cross between Gouais and Gringet. It should not be confused with the Jacquère which also carries the synonym of " Molette de Montmélian ".
It is part of the vine appellations Vins de Savoie, Seyssel et Bugey. Vinified alone, it provides a common wine, slightly aromatic, light, rich in alcohol, often with good acidity, and herbaceous taste. It is most often associated with Altesse to produce the sparkling Seyssel.