Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Etraire de la Dui
This variety is native to the Isère valley; it could have been in fact discovered in the Mas de l'Aduïin in Saint-Ismier. One can find some resemblance to Persian, hence its nickname of Gros Persan. Today its nurseries multiplication is very low.
The Etraire is part of the vine appellations Vin de Savoie, where it is grown confidencially.
It gives a tannic wine, dark red with purple reflections, full-bodied, slightly astringent in its infancy but benefits from aging, bouquet with a flavor herbaceous notes.
Aromas of coffee, cassis, cloves, stone fruits (ripe cherries, sour cherries ...), currants, pencil lead, pepper, ...