Langhe Arneis DOCG Bassiano, White Wine
- 0.75 L
- 100% Organic
Langhe Arneis DOCG Bassiano
“Bassiano” is distinguished for its incredible freshness and savory notes, qualities that mark the arneis grape, the symbolic variety of the Roero. Before fermentation, which is done in stainless steel at a controlled temperature, the just-pressed grapes undergo a delicate cold maceration to help exalt its aromas. The result is a pleasant and elegant wine, a white with great character and personality.
Yield per hectare:
4-6 months in stainless steel.
Straw yellow with light green hues.
Fruity and floral, with notes of apple and pear.
Fresh, with a medium structure, great balance, and a persistent finish.
Goes well with pasta, white meat, appetizers, and seafood.
Malgra Winery is located in Mombaruzzo, the heart of the Monferrato region, near Asti, a land of charm abounded by the colors and aromas of its viticulture. The history of the winery begins with two families of winegrowers, Bonfante and Chiarle for whom...
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
Langhe is the hilly subregion east from Tanaro River and south of Alba, in the Province of Cuneo, Piedmont. The name "Langhe" is the plural form “langa”, a local word describing a a long downhill. A Langhe DOC wine can be red, white or rose, from the mixture or individual tipe of grapes. It can be quiet, frizzante, novello (a youthful style) or passito (made from dried grapes).
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