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La Valdotaine Torrette Grappa 43% 500ML

La Valdotaine Torrette Grappa 43% 500ML
Grape: Petit Rouge 75%, 25% other grapesRefined in oak barrelsFull blooded500 ml / 43% vol.Torrette is the Aosta Valley’s most famous DOC wine, produced with indigenous grapes such as Petit Rouge, Vien de Nus, Cornalin and Premetta, grown in high altitude vineyards from 600 to 800 metres througho...
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Grape: Petit Rouge 75%, 25% other grapes
Refined in oak barrels
Full blooded
500 ml / 43% vol.

Torrette is the Aosta Valley’s most famous DOC wine, produced with indigenous grapes such as Petit Rouge, Vien de Nus, Cornalin and Premetta, grown in high altitude vineyards from 600 to 800 metres throughout the valley on both sides of the Dora Baltea river. The marc distilled in small discontinuous copper stills, gives a grappa that is quite dry with strong flavours. Hints of forest fruits blend well with those of vanilla and spices. This refined grappa becomes increasingly rounded and complex with age.

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This grappa is batch distilled in small copper stills in tiny batches from the vinaccia of the Prié Blanc grape.
The strain known as Blanc de Morgex is considered an autochthonous variety of the Aosta valley where it grows as high as 1,200 metres on the steep slopes of Mont Blanc. Amongst the hi...
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This grappa is distilled from the marc of the rare red variety, Petit Rouge!
They use the grape skins from the vineyards on the left of the Dora Baltea river, the 16 Acres of vineyards of the Enfer (Inferno) d’Arvier, the oldest DOC in the Valle d’Aosta, a natural amphitheatre of incredible beau...
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