Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Its exact origin is not wellknown, but its starting point would seem to be Saint-Jean de Maurienne in Savoie. It was long the dominant grape in the whole valley of the Arc to its junction with the Isere and even to the limits of the department of Drôme.
It can still be found in the Valley of Grésivaudan until Savoie. This variety is very similar to Etraire de la Dui.
The Persan is part of the vine appellations Vins de Savoie and Vins de Pays in the same region.
It provides a quality wine, bouquet, tannic, colorful, rich in alcohol, slightly hard when young but very capable of aging (from 12 to 15 years to reach its fullness).
Aromas of raspberry, violet, ...