Roero Arneis DOCG
In traditional local culture, the name Arneis is given to someone who is an extrovert, a bit of a rebel, original but with a certain charm.
For this reason we are proud to present this fine white wine from the Roero hills, as it shows all the excellent qualities of its name.
The sandy terroir provides this wine with a full intense aroma, and the limestone and clay, its strong body and structure.
Arneis is the result of a lucky rediscovery, due to the intuition, headstrong passion, and the business capacity of the winegrowers of the Roero region.
Within a very short time, this authentic champion of local winemaking has made itself a name in the list of international quality wines.
Colour: brilliant, sunny, bright with shades of straw yellow and green reflections.
Bouquet: full-bodied, with a forceful intense impact, delicate and well balanced. Hints of fruit and floral flavours that recall peach and apricot, wild broom and camomile.
Flavour: dry, palatable and pleasantly harmonic. Fresh and persistent with a slight almond aftertaste.
Barbera d’Alba Superiore DOC
One of the most popular wines in Piedmont, in recent years Barbera has increased its reputation partly because of improvements in wine-growing techniques, and partly due to the evolution in vinification processes which have made it increasingly more successful.
Barbera is the wine that best represents the tough, headstrong, quietly dogged, strong but discrete character of the Piedmont winegrower and has traditionally been the common wine for everyday consumption.
This is a very ancient wine, and its name dates back to its origins before the middle Ages. In classical Italian literature, it has been quoted in works by great poets like Giosuè Carducci and Giovanni Pascoli.
Colour: brilliant ruby that tends to become garnet with age
Bouquet: an intense fruity bouquet of prune and mulberry with a hint of spice
Flavour: full-bodied and enveloping, its slightly acid flavour does not upset the balance. Dry, fresh and fragrant, this wine lingers on the palate with traces of plum, blackberry and cherry.
Nebbiolo d’Alba DOC
Colour: part deep, part subdued colours that change from brilliant ruby red to deep carnet when it has aged.
Scent in perfume: ethereal and intense with hints of violet, raspberries and blackberries, tinged with elegant touches of spice.
Flavour: composite and intense, fragrant and delicate; pleasant fruity nuances like cherry, raspberry and wild strawberries with the underlying spiciness of licorice.
Best served at: 16-18° C. – 60-65° F.
Food matches: red meats and hard cheeses.