The Grosjean family traces its roots back to the village of Fornet in the high mountain passes of the Valle d’Aosta, Italy’s smallest wine region, known as Valgrisenche where they raised cattle and made wine since 1969. Grosjean produces stunning high altitude wines from indigenous varieties such as Petit Rouge, Doucet and Fumin as well as international varieties such as Gamay, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio.
Sustainable farming techniques have been in place since 1975: only organic fertilizers are applied and no pesticides or herbicides are used. Natural yeasts are utilized for fermentation.
Today, the winery is run by the third generation: four brothers working together and making some of the most exciting wines in this tiny and magic region.