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Roero Arneis DOCG
"giuan da pas"

Type of wine: still 
Piedmont (Roero) 
Grape Variety: Arneis 
Lorenzo Quinterno 
Harvest: handpicked from the beginning to the middle of September
Vinification: ermentation takes place in steel tanks at controlled temperatures; elevage on fine lees for several months with weekly lees stirring.
in steel tanks for several months. Longevity until 8-10 years once bottled.
Closure: Diam corks
Volume: 75 cl 
Type of farming: conventional 
Tasting notes: 
straw yellow with greenish highlights. The nose releases notes of white-fleshed stone fruit such as peach, and floral notes that bring meadow flowers and camomille to mind. Ageing brings out flint and hydrocarbon notes. On the palate, Arneis is full-bodied, persistent and tasty with balanced acidity and an intense, lengthy finish recalling saffron.
Pairings: excellent as an aperitif, our Arneis pairs well with fish and shellfish dishes and white meat.

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