Common name in Switzerland (also Haida, Haidawein, Heiden, Heidenwein or french Païen = pagan) for the white grape variety Traminer (Savagnin Blanc) It is cultivated on vineyards at 1,100 metres above sea level between the two municipalities of Visp and Visperterminen in the canton of Valais, which are among the highest in Europe. The white wine speciality of the same name is pressed from it.
Grape variety: Swiss Wine Valais
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