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What you will
Your personal vine
A nameplate with name and surname of the adopter placed on the line of vines on the chosen variety. A personalised adoption certificate.
The gift of a vintage bottle
An aged wine of the chosen variety from the private Grosjean family collection.
Tour of the vineyard and winery
Available all year round, book in advance our tasting of 5 great Grosjean wines accompanied by a selection of local cured meats and cheeses.
On the purchase of bottles of wine on the day of your visit to the winery. The one time discount is also available for the purchase on our e-commerce shop. In caso di impossibilità, il buono sconto è valido anche per l’acquisto tramite nostro ecommerce.
Keep up to date
Regular updates of the various phases of growth of the vine, harvest, bottling to follow the step by step journey of your wine. A booklet of your experience will be sent to you at the end of the project. Il report verrà stampato su pergamena e spedito a fine adozione.
At the end of the project you will receive 6 bottles of the current vintage of your chosen variety labeled with a personal name or message.
Until recently the Rovettaz Vineyard was covered by a thick forest of oak trees.
Hard work, dedication and many hours of labour redeemed value and dignity to this old viticultural site that benefits from an exposure to the Fohn winds that limit the proliferation of fungal deseases. At the moment, its 5.5 hectares of the Rovettaz Vineyard represent the most important and largest production area of a single Valle d’Aosta producer.
The orographic complexity of the site make for the best conditions of growth for our best wines: Petit Rouge (Torrette vigne Rovettaz) is located on the lower fields, the middle section is dedicated to our iconic Valle d’Aosta white, the Petite Arvine, on the steeper slopes we find Fumin that has the best conditions in which to grow. Smaller sections are dedicated to Cornalin and Picotendro.
Reclaimed in the 60’s by grandfather Dauphin, the Tzeriat is the oldest vineyard of the Family.
Rising at 750/800 mt. a.s.l., an anfitheatre aspect that protects it from winter’s harsh temperatures and strong wind and has always been an important vinification site for excellent wines. The residents of the Quart Castle, in the near vicinity, during the Early Medieval times produced grapes that produced important wines for the high society of the time. Gatta, notable ampellographic of the 18th century, often quoted the Zario Vineyard (italian term for Tzeriat) among the best terroir of the central valley.
Recently implanted, it is now the site for our best selection of Pinot Noir Tzeriat. Bellow this site runs the elegant Ru Prevot followed by a path along which locals practice mountain sports.