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Petit Rouge is a dark-skinned grape variety grown in the Valle d Aosta, northwestern Italy. It is the regions most widely planted red-wine grape, and is used to make tart, fruity reds and which are often compared to Beaujolais. As the most prolific variety of the region, Petit Rouge is present in many of the DOCs around Aosta.

It dominates the Enfer d Arvier (85 percent), Torrette (70 percent) and Chambave (60 percent) denominazioni, and plays a minor role in Nus Rouge (30 percent). Common blending partners include Gamay, Pinot Noir and Fumin. The wines (again, like Beaujolais) are often served slightly chilled.
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Feudo Di San Maurizio Torrette Superieur 2011 Feudo Di San Maurizio Torrette Superieur

Producer: Feudo Di San Maurizio
Vintage: 2011
Region: Val DAosta DOC
Varietal: Petite Rouge (90%), Syrah (10%)
Color: Red

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Feudo Di San Maurizio Pierrots (375ml) Feudo Di San Maurizio Pierrots (375ml)

Producer: Feudo Di San Maurizio
Vintage: 2005
Region: Val DAosta DOC
Varietal: Petit Rouge (70%), Fumin (30%)
Color: sweet red wine

Our Price: $39.99
   
 
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