Does anybody know how this grape variety tastes
06 Prëmetta, Grosjean Frères, Vallee d’Aoste I am going to a tasting next week this on the list, was wondering what kind of wine it is
Try Googling (or Firefoxing or whatever you like) using a number of different search terms to dig up the info.
I just Googled Premetta Grosjean Freres, and found plenty of listings including tasting notes and food pairings.
Tip: When an Italian-language website turns up in your Google search, you can click on Translate This Page, or go to the website and click on the British flag (for English) if that option is offered. The translation won't be perfect, but you'll get a good sense of things. If either of those options don't work, you can always cut and paste the Italian text into one of the free language translation sites. If you speak French, many websites from that area are also in French.
Look at the links on all the websites. I clicked on a description of your wine, and on that site was a link to info about Premetta. Another led to other producers of Premetta.
And my first search above turned up the Grosjean Freres Winery website, with a description of their Premetta, tech notes, and pairing info. This website was in addition to the other websites offering flavor descriptions and pairing notes.
Last, the Vallee d'Aoste is also spelled Valle d'Aosta, but I did not use either spelling in my Google search.
OK, you're armed with searching tips now. Go digging.
I had never heard of Premetta until I read your post, Atos. I am sorry to say that I can't offer you any insight with regard to your wine, but I do have a question of my own for whomever can answer it:
I did some superficial digging and found several sources claming that Premetta is the same grape as Primaticcio. I was under the impression that Primaticcio was in the same vein as Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. But the descriptions I read of Premetta sound nothing like the Montepulciano I drink. Am I mistaken?
I actually had the pleasure and honor of opening a bottle of this very wine for Neal Rosenthal (the importer) recently. It's on of my favorites. Although it's quite light in body, it's deceptively full of flavors: red berries, dried flowers, red apple skins. It's perfect summer wine, delicious with a slight chill. Hope you like!