2010 Elio Ottin Petite Arvin Valle d'Aoste

SKU #1088618

If your idea of relaxing involves jagged mountains, sweeping valley vistas, alpine wildflowers and glacial lakes, then you'll love this Petite Arvin, which to me is the vinous equivalent. The grape, Petite Arvine, is grown predominantly in Switzerland's Valais region, but it may reach its pinnacle in the Valle d'Aoste in northwestern Italy, on the Italian side of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc). This is incredibly zippy and stony. (Leah Greenstein, K&L Writer/Editor)

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