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Petite Arvine

The Petite Arvine vine originates from the Valais, Switzerland, from which it also spread to the Aosta Valley. According to recent research by the Swiss Changin Institute, it derives instead from the Prié family (see Prié blanc), which is indigenous to the Valle d’Aosta, partly cultivated also in France. The Petite Arvine vine is so called because of the size of its berries. It has a particular predisposition to growing at high altitude, and for this reason it is also nicknamed "glacier vine". Definitely suitable for the Valle d'Aosta environment, therefore, it is a vine that is characterized by the high intensity and pleasantness of its wines, as well as by a marked predisposition to aging.

Petite Arvine

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€22.00 - €23.00

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€20.00 €28.57 -30%
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€20.00 €28.57 -30%

'Fleur' by Les Cretes the grapes of this "fleur" are grown in the vineyard vocational called "vin de ros", "red wine", located south on steep slopes, in the municipality of Montjovet, famous in past times for its red wines . Best expression of the Aosta Valley oenology, It enhances the traditional and indigenous varieties. Great.

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