I Brè – Roero Arnes DOCG

Roero Arneis DOCG is a white berry wine typical of the Cuneo area and made with grapes grown on land formed by the raising of an ancient seabed; the land of the denomination is characterized by the presence of sandstones, rocks rich in marine fossils, clays and sands.

Denomination ROERO ARNEIS – I BRE’
Classification D.O.C.G. since 2004
Production area Roero
Grape variety 100% Arneis
Harvest time In normal years, Arneis reaches maturity in mid-September
Vinification after the soft pressing of the bunches, the wort, separated from the skins, is left to ferment at low temperature after refrigeration and static decantation of the wort itself
Maturation Refining in steel barrels and cold stabilization before bottling
Color Straw yellow
Bouquet Intense and elegant with notes of flowers and fresh fruit
Taste Fresh sensations, rich in aromas
Alcohol 13%
Suggested food Appetizers, fish and shellfish, white meats, light first courses and pizza.

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