Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Ancient grape that used to be cutlivated in the northern Isère and southern Savoy, it has now almost disappeared from the vineyard. Not to be confused with the Servagnin (synonyms Salvagnin, sauvagnin or servignier), name given in Morges region (Switzerland) to a selection of Pinot noir.
The Servanin is part of vine appellations Vin de Savoie.
It gives a beautiful color of wine, tannic, astringent at first, more or less acid and sometimes poor in alcohol.