The Maison Vagneur Company, which was officially founded in 2007, is actually only the last chapter of a long history of farming work and attachment to the territory that has spanned several generations. In fact, after having grouped together excessively fragmented properties, work has been carried out to recover some vineyards in the Chantè area in Saint-Nicolas, the only ones in production in the entire municipal territory. The walls, old buildings and terraces that bear witness to a glorious past have been preserved.

They are cultivated about 7000 square meters of vineyards that allow the production of max. 2000 bottles of PDO wines. We consider it a jewel, set in a terroir that until 1900 was cultivated in its entirety and then was also completely abandoned.
This strip of land historically suited to viticulture must be cultivated with due respect for the rhythms of the land and the changing seasons.





  • Syrah, PDO red wine

To the eye: ruby color with garnet shades; with aging becomes deep red almost penetrable.
On the nose: slightly spicy and with notes of berries.
On the palate: fine, complex, velvety, sapid and fresh.
Analytical parameters: 13.50% vol.
Serving temperature: 18 degrees.
Food pairing: first courses, red meats, game, fondue, medium and long aged cheeses.

  • Gewurztraminer, PDO aromatic white wine

At sight: straw yellow color with golden reflections more or less intense.
To the nose: a floral and spicy scent with aromatic bouquet with hints of fruit.
In the mouth: the taste is fresh, lean, pleasantly acidic if young.
Analytical parameters:13,50%.
Serving temperature: 9-11 degrees.
Food pairing: excellent as an aperitif, ideal to accompany tasty first courses, fish, roast, soups, goat’s milk cheese, blue cheese, oriental and ethnic dishes. For an old-fashioned wine, excellent for dessert.

  • Muscat Petit Grain, PDO dry white wine

At sight: very light straw yellow.
On the nose: it expresses aromatic notes typical of the vine, its extraordinary scents of flowers, mulberry and linden. Delicate contrasts typical of dry muscat petit grain, are expressed in the Valdostan version.
In the mouth: dynamic, slender, almond finish, fresh acidity accompanied by the characteristics of the terrir that impresses its wines.
Analytical parameters: 13.50%.
Serving temperature: 10 degrees, not too cold to perceive better the scents.
Food pairing: excellent as an aperitif, the dry muscat goes well with unique dishes based on vegetables such as asparagus, cold cuts, fresh cheeses, second courses of fish such as trout.

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Last modified: 23 Oct 2021
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