Noussan – Vino Atto A Valle D’Aosta – Torrette Superiore DOC 2019


Tell me about this wine….

Torrette was born and raised in the Aosta Valley and really packs a punch. As a red, it perfectly encapsulates the wines of the area. If you have ever been on holiday in the Aosta Valley, perhaps to ski in the winter – if you were served a great red wine after a long day on the slopes, you might have even been sat in front of a roaring fire, then it was likely Torrette. However, Torrette isn’t just for winter; it’s a red with medium body and lot’s of personality but easy to sip over good conversation. This Torrette is a ‘Superiore’ which means a longer ageing, premium grape selection for a smoother flavour profile. Tastes like jam, cherry and a little spice; it’s a must-try.

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Noussan- Vino Atto A Valle D’Aosta- Torrette Superiore Doc 2019

This Wine Is A UK Exclusive

Tell Me About This Vineyard….

Meet Franco Noussan and the whole Noussan family, truly embodying the art of family-run vineyards. This family have created the most picturesque and quaint environment in which is make wine, their true labour of love. Fun fact, Franco used to work for the DOC certification board, so you know that when he came to selling his wine commercially and overseas, ensuring his wines had the DOC stamp of approval was at the top of the to-do list. However, regardless of the DOC certification, which only further demonstrates the legacy of love, care and affection that has gone into the production of all the varieties of Noussans wine, he is also one of the few cantinas making natural wines. Like many of our Aosta Valley producers, they are making French wines, the Italian way, and sometimes, spiced with grapes indigenous to the Aosta Valley, which only serve to elevate wines you know well with a flare that is unmistakably and quintessentially Italian; With love, with legacy, with heritage and with family. Natural wines to be enjoyed, not on ceremony but to amplify experiences with your favourite people.




80% Petit Rouge and 20% Fumin.

Pst… Fumin is indigenous to the Aosta Valley



Serve With…

This wine will take your weekday dinner to the next level, think meat and two veg but elevated. If you are cooking roasting whatever you’re cooking the Torrette would work super well.

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