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Roero Arneis DOCG


Small pearls of Arneis, the berries, are transformed into an impalpable nebula alba, a white mist. At that same time the mist gathers into the golden berries: the glass of the label recounts this kind of dreamlike transformation that the name NEBULA ALBA recalls: it is the same fog that accompanies the ripening of the grapes during the harvest, especially in Nebbiolo. Here the Arneis take on the role of white Nebbiolo.


100% Arneis grape
Municipality: Montaldo Roero
Exposure: South 
Soil characteristics: Sandy with a slight percentage of clay and silt
Plantation spacing: 2.50 x 0.80 m
Training system: Guyot, espalier, 4100 plants / Ha
Age: 10-15 years
Grape yield: 80 q/ha 
Alcohol: 13% vol.



Harvest period: First ten days of September 
Soft pressing at low temperatures, alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel at low temperatures, Protection from oxygen; 
Refinement: Aging in stainless steel on lees for 4 months


Aromas: The perfume is very intense and persistent with hints of apricot and apple, final notes of chamomile. 
Taste: In the mouth the wine is sapid, having good structure and a fresh acid vein
Pairings: ideal with fish dishes, cold appetizers and fried foods in general.

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