2018 Vevey Marziano Blanc de Morgex


Dry and crisp on the palate with hints of green pear, white flowers, and mountain herbs on the finish.

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Valle d'Aosta, Italy

Valle d’Aosta is one of the smallest wine regions located in the northwest of Italy near bordering France and Switzerland. It is only one-eighth the size of it’s neighbor, Piemonte. This region definitely gains influence from its neighbors with the primary local grape being Nebbiolo (Picotendro), similar to Piemonte, and their second official spoken language being French. Common varieties outside of Nebbiolo are Chardonnay, Gamay, Petit Rouge, and Dolcetto. However, a wide range of both red and white wines from native and international grapes are made here. With an interesting mix of grapes, terroir and culture, wines from this region can be very exciting. A few sub-regions to note are Morgex et de la Salle, Donnas, Enfer d’Arvier, Torrette, Nus, Chambave, and Arnad-Montjovet.

This is true mountain wine. The domaine was founded in 1968 by Albert Vevey, a pioneer of Valdostan winemaking. In 1990, sons Mario and Mirko took over the family business and have been in charge of production ever since. The winery is located in Morgex, in the Upper Aosta Valley, the smallest region of Italy, on the northwestern border of the Italian border, nestled between France and Switzerland. Organic viticulture and winemaking practices.

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