Protected designation of origin for a rosé wine from the Swiss cantons of Neuchâtel and Valais. It means "partridge eye" because the salmon to bronze coloured wine resembles the red eye ring of a partridge.
It is made from the Pinot Noir grape variety and lightly pressed in a short maceration period. In Switzerland, the term "Süßdruck" is also commonly used for such a wine.
In Italy, the additional name Occhio di Pernice is used with the same meaning for a rosé Vin Santo