The Arneis vine with the Latin name “VINUS RENEXII” or “VINUS REVESIJ” was planted by the Roero counts, originally from the lower Monferrato, in the Langhe in the 15th century. It is a native Piedmont vine with very fragrant white grapes, also called by the name white nebbiolo or bianchetto. As a wine it is easy to drink, but it is very expressive, it manages to surprise with elegance and sensuality. The D.O.C. (Controlled Designation of Origin) “Langhe Arneis” obtained in 1994.


Langhe Roero (Piemonte)


13 %- 13,5 %


8-10 °C


0,75 l

The freshly picked grapes, exclusively by hand, are immediately softly pressed to separate the must from the grape skins. The must is sent to stainless steel tanks for fermentation at a controlled temperature. To avoid malolactic fermentation, the wine is brought to a low temperature. Aging of the wine is carried out in stainless steel tanks on the fine lees at a low temperature to give the fine aroma and fullness on the palate.

Yellow-straw color with delicate green and amber reflections.

Intense aroma, reminiscent of flowers and exotic fruits, finally green apple.

The taste is winey and delicate, with fresh and elegant notes of a delicious balance of sweet and sour citrus fruit.

Thanks to its fresh and aromatic taste, it is perfect as an aperitif with fish, meats and cheese. Great with all rice, fish and white meat dishes or with pork.

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