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Arneis

The effort is worth it

There is a nice story behind the name of the Arneis. In the dialect of its home, Piedmont, the word “arnèis” refers to a lively personality who is not easy to get along with. The same applies to the grape variety: to elicit the best from them, you have to know how to tackle them, or else they do not show much personality. For a long time, few were capable – so few that the Arneis nearly died out in the 1970s. Today, it is experiencing a flourishing renaissance, primarily in the Roero and Langhe regions. Ideally, it yields intense white wine with the aroma of ripe pears, subtle acidity and a round mouthfeel. They taste best when young. A great choice for vitello tonnato.

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Roero Arneis Tabaria 2020

DOCG, Tenuta La Meridiana, 750 ml
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Roero Arneis Tabaria 2019
Only 6 Bottles
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Roero Arneis Tabaria 2019

DOCG, Tenuta La Meridiana, 750 ml
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Arneis delle Langhe 2020

DOC Langhe, Rocche Costamagna, 750 ml

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