Not to be confused with the Cornalin of the Valais, where this cultivar is known as Humagne Rouge, the Cornalin of the Val d'Aoste is a relatively young cultivar from the late 20th century. The Grosjean family first produced this wine in 2005. It is often Read more...

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Not to be confused with the Cornalin of the Valais, where this cultivar is known as Humagne Rouge, the Cornalin of the Val d'Aoste is a relatively young cultivar from the late 20th century. The Grosjean family first produced this wine in 2005. It is often subtly herbaceous with dominant notes of red cherry fruit; full bodied and lively, the wine has the potential to be a serious, long-lived wine. -Rosenthal Wine Merchant
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