THE "HEROIC CULTIVATION" OF AOSTA VALLEY
Only one territory, three producers for three different reds: the red wines of Valle d'Aosta and its "heroic cultivation".
A tasting box that leads you to the discovery of an oenological territory underestimated but able to offer, for the particular altitude of its crops, extraordinary organoleptic properties.
The Aosta Valley is a territory little known and quite underestimated from the oenological point of view but, in reality, able to give valuable sensory emotions thanks to the particular climatic conditions, the composition of its terroir, but especially the altitude to which its vineyards are subject.
The cultivation of vines in Val d'Aosta is defined as "heroic cultivation" precisely because of the adverse conditions to which they are subject and which heavily affect the results obtained from local cultivation, so much so that this region produces only 0.But in this territory so hostile to the production and vinification of grapes emerge some winemakers who have managed to make these adversities their strength in the proposal of wines unique in their kind.
WHAT IT CONTAINS:
Grosjean Pinot Noir Vigne Tzeriat 2016: from a purely organic cultivation where not even the tractor is used to avoid soil compaction and turf deterioration, this 100% Pinot Noir wine of elegant body and balance is obtained.
The color is ruby red tending to garnet, the nose is complex and persistent with hints of berries, is balanced in the mouth, soft with dry flavor good alcohol content, slightly tannic.
VDA Nebbiolo Dessus 2016: a wine to pay homage to the heroic cultivation typical of Valle d'Aosta, a wine obtained from the cultivation of the highest terraces of land on extreme slopes.
In the glass the color is brilliant ruby red with garnet reflections while the nose, intense and persistent, highlights hints of small red fruits, cherry and spices including nutmeg, cloves and incredibly, china.
The palate is perfectly consistent with the nose in regaining flavors of fruit and spices.
Torrette Superieur 2017: the whole forest in a bottle. Deep hints of raspberries, blackberries, wild strawberries, pine and eucalyptus kept consistent to the mouth despite a scurvy and rough body that pursues a long persistence developed in flavors of spices including white pepper and ginger.
|Type of article||BOTTIGLIE DI VINO|
|Region or area||Valle d'Aosta|
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