Denomination: Roero Arneis DOCG
Classification: Still White Wine
Grape variety: 100% Arneis
Location of Vineyards: Corneliano, Piedmont – Italy
Age of Vineyards: 15-20 years
Altitude: 300 m above see level
Soil: The soil is of ancient origin, characterized by the ‘Rocche’ type sandy, friable, ocher. The marls astiane – the middle Pliocene period – that characterize the middle and upper slopes of this area provide an excellent environment for the production of wines austere, but a particularly refined and elegant with floral and fruity notes.
Cultivation system: Guyot
Plant density: 3800/4000 Vines / Ha
HA yield : 90 q/HA
Harvest period: Hand-picked in the beginning of September
Winemaking: Grapes are mechanically crushed. Fermentation with selected autochthonous yeasts at controlled temperature.
Then the wine matures for 10 months in steel tanks.
Alcohol: 13.0 % vol
Longevity: 4/5 years
Decanting time: Unnecessary
Serving temperature: 10-12 ° C
Appearance: Intense straw yellow with slight amber
Smell: Intense, but delicate with hints of flowers and fruit
Taste: Fresh, dry and herbaceous. Persistent
Food matching: Aged cheeses, shellfish, fish