The Aosta inhabitants have drawn the best from their historical conquerors and from their borders too. The Anselmet through the Swiss dialogue on Petite Arvine, with the French confronting on Chardonnay.
Owning hectares for the cultivation of vines, fruit and potatoes was widespread. Most of the inhabitants, however, thought of a subsistence economy. Few, really, had sensed the value of the earth. Renato is far-sighted. In 2001 he left the baton to his son Giorgio, and today they have a cellar that can be classified as excellence.
Twenty labels. Twenty nectars designed by/for those who work at Maison Anselmet.
And today even the nephew Henri can wander, create new aromas and give emotions because of this.
The Anselmet offer those who come to the cellar not only wine tastings, but also an access to their world, making them understand the essence.
Some sips move, like Chardonnay that would make Burgundy pale, the Torrette Superior expresses the combination with the recipes of the territory, Chambave Muscat is very particular, the class Pinot Noir is not a surprise.