Denomination: Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin
Grape variety: Arneis 100%
Production area: Monteu Roero – Cru “Canton Sandri”
Vinification: destemming of fresh grapes and soft pressing in a lung press. Fermentation in steel tank at controlled temperature for about 20 days. Spontaneous fermentation with pied de cuve.
Color: straw yellow with greenish reflections.
Bouquet: deep and mineral, attractive, with hints of ripe yellow pulp fruit and white flowers.
Taste: soft and intense, with a slightly acidic vein that gives freshness and persistence. Interesting post-nasal vegetal notes of aromatic herbs family. It is characterized by an extraordinary minerality.
Pairings: it is an excellent wine to pair with typical Piedmontese appetizers, also based on white meats; it does not disdain the pairing with fish and with first courses with seasonings based on vegetables or fish. Also excellent for aperitif.
Service Temperature: 10 °C
Average life of the wine: Multifaceted wine, good drunk “young” if you want to appreciate its freshness.
Excellent after a longer or shorter aging, where you could find interesting evolutionary notes both on the nose and on the palate.
Average annual production: 2800 bottles
The story behind the wine… : the Arneis grape, before knowing its great success, was considered a wine of little importance; at times despised. Even today, for somebody, Arneis wine is an “loved by all” – wine, often associated with Sauvignon or Chardonnay. I SAY NO!
Arneis is UNIQUE and it should be enhanced more. By tasting our version that, you may like or you may not like, you will understand the true essence of this grape variety; not born to be an easy-to-appreciate wine. A sincere, true and “wild” version of Arneis…like the Roero area!