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  • Cortese is one of the most cultivated vine variety in Piedmont. It has a delicate bouquet hinting at green apple and exotic fruits. The taste is fresh with notes of pear and peach. It pairs well with fish-based dishes.
    Variety: 100% Cortese.
    Vineyards: located in Monferrato area. Manual harvest.
    Winemaking: the hand-picked grapes are soft-pressed and then follows temperature-controlled alcoholic fermentation. It ages on the lees for 3 months in steel tank.
    Alcohol content: 11,5-12% vol.
    Tasting notes: light straw-yellow wine with green reflexes and a personal aroma of flowers and fruits, with hints of apple and pear. The taste is fresh, dry and savoury.
    Pairing: ideal with sea food, fish and as aperitif.

  • Gavi is a famous white wine DOCG zone in Piedmont. The grapes come from vineyards in the area of Gavi village, where this vine is traditionally grown. The typical pale yellow colour has green hints, the bouquet and taste are pleasant and fresh. Outstanding with any sh-based dishes. It’s best enjoyed young.
    Variety: 100% Cortese.
    Vineyards: located around Gavi village in Monferrato area.
    Winemaking: the hand-picked grapes are soft-pressed and follows temperature-controlled alcoholic fermentation. It ages on the lees for 3 months in steel tank.
    Alcohol content: 12% vol.
    Tasting notes: straw yellow colour with green reexes. Nose fruity and oreal with scents of golden apple and acacia
    ower. The taste is fresh and pleasant with a savoury nish.
    Pairing: ideal with sh-based dishes, sushi and as aperitif.

  • Arneis is an autochthonous white vine which is well-suited to Piedmont area.In traditional local culture, the name Arneis is given to someone who is an extrovert, a bit of a rebel, original but with a certain charm. Roero Arneis entices with notes of fresh pear, peach and apricot. The taste is fruity with a touch of creaminess and subtle scent leads into a lively, o-dry nish. It pairs well sh-based dishes.
    Variety: 100% Arneis.
    Vineyards: located in Roero area, a sub-region in south of Piedmont. Manual harvest.
    Winemaking: the hand-picked grapes are soft-pressed and then follows temperature-controlled alcoholic fermentation. It ages on the lees for 3 months in steel tank.
    Alcohol content: 13,5% vol.
    Tasting notes: intense straw yellow colour. Nose very fruity with notes of peach and pear. The taste is elegant and fruity
    with a peculiar savoury nish.
    Pairing: ideal with both vegetable and sh-based dishes.