Pinot Noir Fine Wine Aosta Valley
Pinot Noir Fine Wine Semel Pater
“Semel Pater” Pinot Noir is the ideal bottle to approach the
red wines of the Aosta Valley with which Giorgio Anselmet
creates a product in which tertiary and primary aromas blend
perfectly.The Anselmet winery produces this Valle d'Aosta DOC
Elevé en Fut de Chene "Semel Pater" starting from Pinot Noir
grapes that grow within soils of morainic origin.
The vineyards are located about above sea level, and are
cared for and treated with great attention. Once the grapes
arrive in the rooms used for winemaking, they ferment in
steel for about 10-15 days. Then follows the refinement
phase, carried out for 15 months in barrique.
The color is bright garnet red color. Scent spiced, with
delicate notes of pepper, sweet spices combined with nuances
of cherry and wild berries.
Taste Soft, fresh, savory and spicy, with body, with delicate
In the mouth it is of excellent structure, velvety and
harmonious, fresh sapid vein.
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