Roero Arneis DOCG

Grape varietal: 100% Arneis.
Geographic area, soil and climate conditions: this wine is created with grapes grown in Roero Region. The wines, then called "Renexium", have been planted in these hills since 1478. The loose Roero soil is composed by sands and marine fossils which provide rich aroma and elegance to the wine.
Average altitude of the vineyards: 150 mt. above sea-level.
Exposure: basically South-West very sunny all day.
Yield: Regulations allow 10 tons per hectare but according to the principles of quality of the winery, our vintners obtain a lower yield that signifies better grapes in terms of sugar and extracts content and influences positively the resulting wine.
Vinification process: Soft pressing and immediate separation of the husks from the must. Slow fermentation in temperature controlled (18/20┬░) vats using selected yeast.
Organoleptic characteristics: Light straw-yellow colour Fresh and elegant bouquet with scents of herbs and pears.
Finished alcohol: 12 % Volume
Total minimum acid: 5/1000
Dry extract: 15 gr. per litre
Pairings: It is a good companion for cold meat and fish appetisers and is excellent with roasted, grilled or baked fish.
Serving tips: Stem whose bowl narrows in the middle and enlarges towards the brim to immediately collect the aroma in all its variety.
Serve at a temperature of 7/8┬░ C .