Rosset Terroir Winery
The history of the company began in 2001, when the Rosset family decided to cultivate their land in the Senin area of Saint-Christophe with grapevines. The first cultivated plot is about three hectares and has the international shoots of Chardonnay as its first planting, followed by Syrah and the autochthonous Cornalin. In the expansion of the range, the Petit Rouge was planted, another indigenous grape variety, selected with great attention by Matteo Moretto, the company’s agronomist and oenologist.
In recent years we have invested in the favorable area of Chambave, with 2 hectares of Moscato Bianco vineyards, where our Chambave Muscat Vallée d’Aoste DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) is born and in the area of Villeneuve with another 2 hectares located in truly heroic places, over 900 meters in altitude; here we grow our Petite Arvine and Pinot Gris.
About 50.000 bottles are produced annually.
In addition to the vineyards, agricultural products such as Rubusidaeus (Raspberries), Artemisia umbelliformis (Génépy) and the precious Crocus sativus (Saffron) have always been cultivated for the production of liqueurs.
White DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wines: Chambave Muscat Vallée d’Aoste DOP, Chardonnay Vallée d’Aoste DOP, Pinot Gris Vallée d’Aoste DOP, Petite Arvine Vallée d’Aoste DOP
Red DOP wines: Cornalin Vallée d’Aoste DOP, Syrah Vallée d’Aoste DOP, Pinot noir Vallée d’Aoste DOP, Nebbiolo Valle d’Aoste DOP
Some non-DOP wines are also produced: Premisse (white), Sopraquota 900 (white), Trasor 750 (red).
There is a sales point open from Monday to Friday from 8.00 am – noon / 1.30 pm – 5.30 pm.
The winery can be visited all year round and tastings are possible, by reservation, from Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to noon / from 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm.
The winery is equipped with a Repower charging station for electric cars. Guests who come to visit the company can use this service.
Languages spoken: Italian, French and English.
How to get there
Aosta east motorway exit, follow the direction of Quart, at the roundabout, take the third exit and continue towards Torrent de Maillod.