Roero Arneis DOCG Cayega, Mezza, White Wine
- Podio, Piedmont
- 0.375 L
- Light Full bodied
- Smooth Tannic
- Dry Sweet
- Soft Acidic
- 100% Organic
Roero Arneis DOCG Cayega, Mezza
Golden yellow with green reflections.
Pear and white peach, flint stone.
6 months in steel tanks with the continued presences of fine lees depending on the quality of the harvest.
White fish, pasta, crustaceans, mature cheese, lean fish.
Set in a charming environment, Tenuta Carretta is one of the most historic and recanted Italian wine estate, where…past, present and future are combined in a rich and fascinating way.
The Tenuta Carretta vineyards take part of the...
Arneis is an Italian white grape variety that originated from Roero in Piemonte. The name means “little rascal” in Piemontese and it is so called because this grape variety is known to be difficult to grow and to vinify. Wine made with Arneis is usually dry, full-body, with flavours of pear, apricot, and citrus fruits
Roero is a small DOCG wine district in the hills of Piedmont, northwestern Italy. The official Roero wine-growing area is located on the northern bank of the Tanaro River. The white wines of Roero are best when they are made from the cold slopes and...
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