The “Revei”, whose name, in the Aosta Valley dialect, indicates the clock, is linked to the history of the medieval tower that dominates the Aymavilles, one of the vineyards of Les Crêtes from which the wine is born. The tower was once the home of a hermit watchmaker and therefore how not to pay homage to him and, therefore, also the passage of time, with a Rosso in which long waits are fundamental, both in maturation and refinement. It is, in fact, a Pinot Noir in which we wanted to obtain the best expressiveness, thanks to a timely harvest and careful aging. Not to be missed.
Ruby. The nose is pleasantly broad; in particular, hints of ripe red fruits, notes of undergrowth and hints of cocoa emerge. On the palate it is velvety, with pleasant acidity, fine tannins and long finish.