I was in Geneva for a few days this week, for an extremely long-drawn out and tedious meeting. I just had time to pop to the local branch of Lavinia, where I bought two bottles of wine made from Swiss varieties. I bought a white made from Fendant, which as a variety I don't recall having before. This is Domaine de Beudon 2004, from Valais. The other is l'Absolm 2016, from Domaine des Curiades/Dupraz & Fils in Coteau de Lully. It is a blend of Gamaret (80%) and Gamay (20%). Is anyone familiar with these? I know little about Swiss wines and they attract little attention here. I had one or two others over dinner - a couple of pinot noirs and something else - and thought they were OK. They don't exactly give wine away in Geneva, though. Are there any good reference books on Swiss wines?