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|
|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|
|Bouquet||Intense and elegant with notes of flowers and fresh fruit|
|Taste||Fresh sensations, rich in aromas|
|Suggested food||Appetizers, fish and shellfish, white meats, light first courses and pizza.|
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