From: Valle d'Aoste, North-West Italy
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Although native to the Côte d'Or, Pinot Noir has been cultivated in the Val d'Aoste since both regions were under the Burgundian Dukes in the Middle Ages. While 70% of Grosjean's vines are French clones, 30% are the rare Wadenzwil cultivar. Grosjean's example blends varietal typicity with Alpine raciness and freshness.
While this wine is 100% Pinot Noir, 70% is from French lineage and 30% is of the rare Wadenzwil strain. The vineyards are at a high altitude (600-750m) and steep incline, allowing for the distinct alpine characteristics to show through. Vinification in wood casks with daily punching down for three days, followed by 10-12 days of settling before aging partly in steel, part in oak.
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