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Mentioned as far back around 1478, Roero Arneis is a pearl for the local oenology.

Grape varieties:
Arneis 100%

Vineyard location:
medium-high hillside (200-300m asl) with south-ouest exposure.
The soil of ancient time, characterized by ‘The Rocche’, is friable, sandy and ochred colour. The Astiane marls – of Pilocene age – are an excellent enviroment to produce full bodied wines, but with finesse and elegance.

The grapes are carefully picked up by hand in the first/second week of September.
The grapes undergo soft pressing and the must is separed by the skins.
The fermentation is carried out in stainless steel vats at low temperature 18°C, prior to refrigeration and static racking of th must.

In steel tank for 2-3 months, cold stabilization before bottling.

Tasting Notes:
Straw yellow colour.
Intense and elegant bouquet with fruit and white flower hint.
Soft and nice on the palate with a fresh and flavour finish.

Food pairing:
It is a great aperitif. Ideal with appetizer, rice and pasta, fish dishes. Serving Temperature 10° C.

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