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Petite Arvine Chatel Argent

Item number: VFB00642 2023750
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Vintage: 2023

Denomination: Valle D'Aosta DOC

Grapes: Petit Arvine

Alcohol: 13.5 %

Format: 0,75 l

Type: Bianco

Region: Valle d'Aosta

Origin: Made in Italy

Occasion: Aperitif with friends

Pairing: Fish and shellfish

Allergens: Solfiti

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Take advantage reserved only for members of the Signorvino Loyalty Program: 10% discount with the purchase of 6 bottles, 15% discount with the purchase of 12 bottles and 20% discount from 18 bottles.

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TASTING NOTES

The Grosjean winery is located in the Aosta Valley, synonymous with excellence and tradition. It is a winery that produces mountain wines, giving space to the small family reality. Chatel Argent is represented by the Petite Arvine vine, coming from the selection of particularly fresh vineyards, with an exposure that favors fresh and mineral scents. In the selection of Petite Arvine of the classic line we want to express all the freshness and enchanting scents typical of this Aosta Valley variety. Vinified 100% in steel tanks, it is bottled after 6 months of aging. Ready to drink, the resulting wine has a brilliant straw color to the glass, with intense floral aromas and citrus sensations, in particular pink grapefruit. Freshness and authenticity reign supreme in this 100% Petite Arvine label from Aosta Valley. Chatel Argent goes perfectly with seafood dishes with a delicate taste such as shellfish and shellfish. To fully appreciate its style, this wine should be served at a serving temperature of 12/14 ºC. Read more Read less
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Grosjean

Grosjean has been working with the land and its fruits for generations: a representative winery of the Aosta Valley, synonymous with excellence and quality while respecting the best traditions of mountain viticulture. The history of the Grosjean family dates back to the late eighteenth century with a property today of 15 hectares divided into many parcels distributed in the most suitable areas of the territory. Today the winery is run by brothers and cousins who share the tasks in order to cover all the roles of the company. Since 2011, the company has been working in certified organic farming, in full respect of the pristine Alpine natural environment. Grosjean’s wines are simple, straightforward and true to tradition. Name and address manufacturer/distributor: Azienda Grosjean - Grosjean Vins, Villaggio Ollignan, 2 - 11020 Quart (AO) - Italia. The products of this cellar should be stored in a cool and dry place away from heat sources.

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