Grape (Vitis)
Chasselas grapes growing in Baden under its local name Gutedel
Color of berry skinBlanc
SpeciesVitis vinifera
Also calledChasselas blanc, Fendant, Gutedel, and other synonyms
Notable regionsSwitzerland, Baden (Germany), Loire (France)
A red-skinned version of Gutedel/Chasselas

Chasselas or Chasselas blanc is a wine grape variety grown in Switzerland, France, Germany, Portugal, Hungary, Romania, New Zealand and Chile. Chasselas is mostly vinified to be a full, dry and fruity white wine. It is also suitable as a table grape, grown widely for this purpose in Turkey and Hungary.


Genetic analyses made in 2009 in a laboratory of the University of Dieppe showed that Chasselas is a grape variety originating in western Switzerland.[1] Its name was first mentioned in the 16th century.

In 1940, Chasselas was crossed with Silvaner to produce the white grape variety Nobling.[2]

Other Languages
Alemannisch: Chasselas
български: Шасла Доре
Чӑвашла: Шасла
čeština: Chrupka bílá
Deutsch: Gutedel
español: Chasselas
magyar: Saszla
Nederlands: Chasselas blanc
日本語: シャスラ
suomi: Gutedel
svenska: Chasselas
中文: 莎斯拉