Delicate wines with intense nose and rich in flavours – that derive from the soil composition – come from the sandy hills of the Roero region – which is to be found on the left bank of the Tanaro river.
Grape Variety: Arneis.
Geographical location: vineyards in Vezza d’Alba, located in the beautiful Roero region.
Processing: the grapes are harvested when fully matured and the vinification starts straight away when they get into the cellar. First it comes the soft pressing; follows an off-the-skins fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 17°-18°C.
Maturation and aging: the wine is kept in stainless steel tanks for 3-4 months to preserve its freshness and its fruity feature; A short aging in the bottle follows before sold.
Characteristics: diaphanous straw-yellow colour with pale green nuances. Its nose is full and fragrant recalling fresh fruit, acacia flowers and honey. The palate is dry, harmonious, full-bodied and tangy. A good accompaniment to starters; it matches with subtle flavours, such as plain risotto or risotto with asparagus, gnocchi with fontina and steamed, poached or grilled fish. These delicate flavours are enhanced by the fine bouquet, tangy palate and pleasant harmony of a wonderful wine from our terroir.
Serving temperature: 8°-10°C
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