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Blanc de Morgex et de la Salle


White wine    Val d’Aosta
Ermes Pavese  Prié Blanc 100%


Appellation: Valle d’Aosta DOP
Vintage wine: 2019
Size: 0.75 l

Soil: Sandy mountain
Extension of the vineyard: 4 ha
Type of plant: Free-standing vines trained in low pergola systems
Log density per Ha: 4,000 logs per ha
Average age of the vineyard: 50 years – Old vineyard
Average production per ha: 60 ql/ha

Vinification and aging: Manual harvest in the last ten days of September – first ten days of October. Subsequently, the whole bunches not de-stemmed undergo a soft pressing, they are then vinified in stainless steel at a controlled temperature with frequent assembly. Sterile filtration before bottling.
N. of bottles produced: 35.000

Availability: 2 in stock


Prié Blanc, grown on a total DOC area of ​​29 ha and vinified in the municipalities of Morgex and La Salle, is the grape at the base of Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle Valle d’Aosta PDO, a wine with ancient origins in the legend that explodes in freshness and vivacity; a wine with a young temperament that has spanned centuries and history, presenting itself today as it was born.

Author suggestion

“Excellent as an aperitif, it also goes well with fish, white meats and medium-aged cheeses.” Ermes Pavese

Wine tips

Considered one of the highest grape varieties in Europe, Prié Blanc, the grape at the base of the Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle Valle d’Aosta PDO, is the only native white grape variety of the Aosta Valley. It has the particularity of being cultivated ungrafted, that is, not grafted onto American vines, since the altitude at which it is grown makes it immune from the attack of various parasites, including phylloxera.

Its cultivation is very ancient and dates back to at least 1200. As evidence of this, the documents of ownership changes that attest to the existence of the “Blanc de Morgex” vineyards already at the time.



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