Roero Arneis 2016 Marchesi of Barolo
The grapes come from vineyards on the steep hills of Roero. On these soft and permeable soils, which provide plenty of trace elements while simultaneously providing an instant expression of bouquet, Arneis grapes find the ideal conditions for the expression of fresh and fragrant scents. The color is pale straw, sometimes with a pale ancient gold hint. The scent is fruity, with a clear aroma of acacia flowers, rhubarb, peach and green hazelnut. The flavor is fresh, fragrant, delicately mineral.
- Roero Arneis
- Vino bianco
- Production area
- Production area (municipality)
- Grape variety
- 100% Arneis
- Type of soil
- Silica calcareous
- System of cultivation
- A counter guy with a guyot system
- Harvest Time
- First decade of September
- The grapes, when harvested, come into the basement and are quickly pressed and gently softened to extract from the skin and the outer furnace only the most noble and aromatic fractions and the obtained must is fermented at low temperature, In thermoconditioned steel tanks at 20 ° C. The wine is then stored in steel tanks or vitrified concrete to preserve its fresh and fragrant scents. Long-lasting on yeasts makes this wine long-lasting, capable of evolving after the stapling and still in the glass
- Serving temperature
- 8 °C
- It joins traditionally with delicate appetizers but with intense flavors such as tuna veal, flan, pasta with vegetables, rice salads, white meat in wet, boiled or baked. It is an ideal companion for raw or marinated fish
- 0,75 l.
- Pale straw, sometimes with a pale ancient gold hint
- Fruity, with a clear aroma of acacia flowers, rhubarb, peach and green hazelnut
- Fresh, fragrant, delicately mineral
In the heart of the Langhe, protected by gentle hills, is the winery of the Marquises of Barolo, whose history dates back to 1807, the year in which Carlo Tancredi Falletti married the French noblewoman Juliette Colbert of Maulévrier. The latter was the first that understood the potential of the Nebbiolo grape which, if well vinified and long refined in wood, offers powerful and austere wines, able to last and evolve over time. Detected at the end of the nineteenth century by Pietro Abbona, the estate, currently managed by the grandson of Pietro himself, Ernesto Abbona, can count on an immense legacy of about 65 hectares, from which great quality wines are born, destined to enrich season after season the story of a large cellar. Taking advantage of the favorable microclimatic conditions and the exceptional peculiarities of the territory, extraordinarily aromatic, pure and concentrated grapes are grown and harvested, which in the cellar are best interpreted by the now historical human experience. This is how labels with an unmistakable style come to life, strictly faithful to the terroir of belonging, wonderful interpreters of the diversity of the places and the typicality of the native vines.