Details of wine
The history of the Grosjean winery has reached the third generation keeping intact the passion and dedication to the work. These Valdostane cultivations should be more taken into consideration in the national wine reality, as they produce wines with great personality. Born from organic cultivation using the Guyot technique, the Moscato Petit Grain is a straw-yellow white, very fine and delicate with sage and mint tips. Very fresh and dry, it goes well with asparagus, vegetable quiche and eggs.
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Giallo paglierino scarico.
Tipico del Moscato ma molto fine e delicato con sentori di salvia e punte di menta. Bouquet complesso, aromatico.
Fresco, buona sapidità, molto secco.
Con asparagi, quiche di verdure o uova.
|FORMAT||0,75 L Standard|
|COLLECTED||Seconda decade di Settembre.|
|CLASSIFICATION||DOC Valle d'Aosta o Vallée d'Aoste|
|LOCATION||Quart, Rovettaz (AO)|
|GROUND||Sciolti, sabbiosi, in zone molto ventilate.|
|REFINEMENT||5-6 mesi in acciaio su feccia fine con ripetuti battonnage.|
|WINEMAKING||In bianco, con uso di pied de cuve indigeno.|
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Start-up year: 1969
Cultivated hectares: 10
Winemaker name: Vincenzo Grosjean
Address: Ollignan (Aosta)
Web Site: www.grosjean.vievini.it
From 1781 to Fornet, a small village in Valgrisenche, now buried water dam Beauregard, his grandparents came down here today to stock up wine and chestnuts to overcome the long mountain winters, then was in 1969, spurred by his friend Pino Albaney, Papa Dauphin, began to bottle their wine in order to present the "The exposition des vins du Val d'Aoste", was this exhibition that stimulated the initiative that brought the company from 3,000 square meters. 7 hectares of vineyards to the present, involvement in the 5 children. The company is located on the border of the towns of Quart and Saint Christophe, where lie the vineyards of Tzeriat, Rovetta, Creton, Touren in Quart, Tzantè de Wet, lace and Castle Pleod Saint Christophe. The first cultivated vines, in addition to traditional Petit Rouge, were Gamay, Pinot Noir and Petite Arvine, and currently are growing even as the native Fumin, carnelian, pressed and Vuillermin. Cultivation techniques are rooted in respect for the environment since 1975 so it is not handled insecticides and acaricides treatments are carried out rigorously and fertilizing with manure of organic origin.