about this subregion

In the Arnad-Montjovet DOC you will discover the allure of the Arnad-Montjovet wine, a true red gem. Crafted with precision, this red wine marries 70% Nebbiolo with 30% of other authorized red grape varieties, resulting in a harmonious symphony of flavors. With a refined 11% Vol. alcoholic strength, Arnad-Montjovet wine beckons you to embark on a sensory journey.

Adorning the glass with a captivating ruby red hue, the wine reveals garnet reflections that play with the light, evoking a sense of elegance. The delicate aroma carries a hint of almonds, a signature note that pays homage to the region's terroir. With every sip, the palate is treated to a harmonious dance of flavors, showcasing the perfect balance of fruitiness and subtle bitterness.

Arnad-Montjovet wine is a versatile companion to an array of culinary delights. Revel in its seamless partnership with rich risottos, or let it elevate baked pasta dishes to new heights of enjoyment. Immerse yourself in the alpine tradition with Aosta Valley tripe and sausages served with comforting polenta. Explore the wine's affinity for local cheeses, from the creamy allure of Fontina to the bold character of blue and hard cheeses.

As you savor Arnad-Montjovet wine, you'll uncover the story of the Aosta Valley's winemaking heritage and its dedication to producing wines of exceptional character. Whether enjoyed alongside cherished traditional dishes or savored on its own, Arnad-Montjovet wine captures the essence of the region and invites you to experience the beauty and flavors of this captivating corner of Italy.



Vineyard Hectares





Discover Terroir

Arnad-Montjoovet is a DOC located in the western part of the Aosta Valley and covers about 10 km between the towns of Montjovet to the north and Arnad to the south. In this region, the Consorzio di Tutela Vini Valle d'Aosta is key to elevate the quality of the wines under this appelation.

The region's summers are hot and dry due to low rainfall. In addition, being located on steep terrain, the vineyards are exposed to a great deal of sunlight during the ripening stage. Moreover, as in the other subregions of the Aosta Valley, Arnad-Montjovet has a large temperature variation between day and night, which slows down ripening while preserving the natural acidity of the grapes.

On the other hand, the soils of Arnad-Montjovet have a fine, sandy texture and are of glacial origin. As in Chambernave and Nus, terracing is often used in this subregion to facilitate the harvest.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Picotendro, Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Chardonnay, Müller Thurgau, Pinot gris, Petite

Hot and dry summers with low rainfall. Vineyards have great exposure to sunlight. Large temperature variation between day and light.