Aoste Valley, Italy
$23 / $131.10 / $234.60
“Of the many wrinkles in the Italian wine tapestry, one of the wrinkliest is about as far northwest as you can go in Italy. There, tucked away in the Alps beneath looming Mont Blanc, the tallest peak in the chain, is the smallest Italian viticultural region, brimming with little-known wines capable of offering great pleasure.” – Eric Asimov of New York Times
Grosjean is one of those wines. And we are very excited to share it with you. Sensual aromas of ripe wild berries, violet and wild rose. Sweet spice and black fruit pierce the palate while being softly integrated with deep, woodsy tannins. Pair with cheese dishes like Raclette, or with wild game birds and other fowl, or anything featuring dried mushrooms.