Grape variety: 100% Arneis
Vine-training system and density: Guyot, 4800 vines per hectare.
Altitude: 330 above sea level.
Harvest time: manual in the middle of September.
Winemaking: fermentation is for about 12 days at 16°C. The wine remains from 4 to 6 months on the fermenting yeasts before being bottled.
Ageing: for two months in the bottle.
Characteristics: made from Arneis grapes, which are grown in the vineyard situated in San Vito di Montà Alba. Straw yellow in colour, it has a delicate, inviting, complex, floral scent recalling broom and chamomile, with a delicate scent of honey and cooked white fruits. On the palate it is dry and harmonious. It has a pleasing acidity which gives freshness and persistence. It has a particular, natural minerality, typical for Arneis from Montà d’Alba. Due to its complexity Roero Arneis has often been described as a White Barolo.
Food pairing: it is a wine which can accompany every course. It is excellent as an aperitif, or with “hors d’oeuvres” and fish.
Awards: Decanter WWA Bronze Medal; Gambero Rosso - Between the best 50 wines for value; Gambero Rosso - Two Glasses.
Enjoy it while listening to: AMADEUS MOZART, Le Nozze di Figaro
Code EAN/bottle: 8033564390067
Code EAN/case: 8033564390562
Cod. customs: 22 04 2138
Bottles per case: 6
Cases per pallet 80x120: 110 = 11 x 10
Dimensions case (cm): (l) 31 x (w) 25 x (h) 17,5
Glass weight (g): 500
Case weight (kg): 7,9