From the highest vineyard in Europe, we taste the “Blanc de Morgex e de la Salle”

Today our experts have decided to open a bottle of the Cave du Vin Blanc Winery, selecting and tasting the 2014 "Blanc de Morgex and de la Salle" white wine, made from grapes Prié blanc - Blanc de Morgex biotypes.

The Aosta Valley vineyard is considered the highest in Europe and it is well known that the particular weather conditions, the slopes and the soil type have always created great difficulties for the growers. The wines of this region as well as being of unquestionable quality, when compared with the vast majority of wines, are also often difficult to find, because of the small quantities produced.
Whether the Val d'Aosta is the highest vineyard in Europe, or the low production or the difficulty to find wines, the fact is that this region exert a unique charm on winelovers.

Today our experts have decided to open a bottle of the Cave du Vin Blanc Winery, that increasingly stands out for the quality of their wines, selecting and tasting the 2014 "Blanc de Morgex and de la Salle" white wine, made from grapes Prié blanc - Blanc de Morgex biotypes.

The nose is clean, intense and persistent. It shows a very pleasant floral profile. Memories of jasmine, hawthorn, gardenia and white roses mingle together with aromatic fragrances. The fruity tones bring to mind green apples, pears and wild plums. Cedar, lemon leaves and green tea nuances. The palate highlights a particular fresh acidity; it is still a young wine and therefore intended to improve and evolve. According to our experts, it is a wine that has a positive development, a bottle that is not afraid to get a few "day" more in the cellar without improve its organoleptic characteristics. Pair this wine with fish dishes, salads, fresh cheese and risotto.

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