Originally from Switzerland, Petite Arvine has made a name for itself in
Valle d'Aosta. It has a complex nose with typical mountain freshness and
notes of hay, honey, citrus and hawthorn blossom. For an oak-free wine, the
palate shows considerable body and flavour. In Aosta, it would pair with cheese,
sausage, ham, veal and other robust alpine foods. Locally, we think it goes
particularly well with shellfish and seafood.