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Petite Arvine

This grape variety produces a delicate white wine that acquires elegance with refinement in the bottle.

Originating from the Vallese, according to some ampelographers, it may be linked with the Vitis Helvola of antiquity. According to others, it could have arrived from the area of the river Avre in the nearby French Chablais. Recent studies instead indicate that it descends from a native variety of the Aosta Valley where was introduced in the beginning of the 1970's.

In Aosta Valley, the best suited cultivation areas include well-exposed hills that encourage good maturation of this decidedly late-harvest variety.

This grape variety produces a delicate white wine that acquires elegance with refinement in the bottle. It matches well with antipasto, light snacks and white meat and with many fish dishes.

The late harvest wines are matched with cured or marbled cheeses eaten with black bread and honey.
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