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Grape varieties
Grape varieties
Nebbiolo minimum 85%, other black grape vines max 30%

Long present in Aosta Valley, the Nebbiolo is cultivated in the area that extends from Pont-Saint-Martin to Saint-Vincent and finds its best expression in the lower Valley.

Zone of origin: the area that extends from Pont-Saint-Martin to Montjovet

Vines used: Nebbiolo (min 85%), other black grape vines (max 30%)

Cultivation system: -- 

Color: ruby red with garnet reflections

Fragrance: fine, characteristic

Flavor: slightly almond, with good body and tannic finish

Alcoholic strength: 12° - 13°

DOC Production allowed: 100 quintals of grapes per hectare

Vinification yield: 70% of the harvest

Vinification: traditional with grape skins

Surface area: surface area registered in the DOC Vineyard Register -- hectares (year --)

Production: declared for DOC -- hectolitres (year --)

Acidity: minimum 4.5 grammes per litre expressed in tartaric acid

How it is served: Red matched with all foods, adapting well to accompany sausages, meats and local cheeses.
Drink at room temperature, 18°-20° C.

Wine producers

Caves Coopératives de Donnas

Itinerary 5Cooperative cellar Donnas
Caves Coopératives de Donnas
In 1971 a group of wine growers established a cooperative with the goal of protecting and guaranteeing the quality of the wine.