Roero Arneis



“Passionate, rich and complex”

The first documented history of the Arneis grape dates back to the 1500’s
with some historians stating that Arneis originates from the village of Chieri
located just a shorty distance from Torino.My family have been making our
Arnies for just a few years now and we harvest the grapes from a small vineyard
which my father originally discovered and fell in love with.

Grape Type: 100% Arneis

Appelation: DOCG

Wine Type: Dry White Wine

Growing area: Canale (CN)

Vinification: Rich and complex our Arneis is fermented and aged in
concrete vats for a period of 30 days before being further aged
in stainless steel tanks for 4 months.

Characteristics: It has a bouquet of peach as well as acacia,
Haselnuts, lychee and yellow flowers.

Pairings: Recommended to be served with savoury pies, grilled
fish dishes, Sushi, Zhejaing cuisine, Longjing shrimp as well as
drunk by itself.

Serving temperature: Serve chilled

Alcohol content: 13% by volume (depending on vintage)

Acidity: 5.5 g/l (depending on vintage)

Residual Sugar: 2 g/l (depending on vintage)

“Gregarious, original, enjoyable, pleasantly intractable.”

Meaning of arneis, a Piedmontese dialect word.