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Arneis wine: the elegance of the Piedmont hills

Arneis wine, with its refinement and distinctive personality, represents a true treasure of the Piedmont hills. This white wine, mainly produced from the indigenous Arneis grape variety, offers a unique sensory experience. Let's discover its peculiarities together on the portal.

The origins of Arneis

The Arneis vine has ancient origins in the Langhe area, in Piedmont. Traditionally, it was often used as a blending wine to sweeten more robust red wines. In recent decades, however, Arneis has become increasingly popular as a quality white wine in its own right, thanks to its complexity and finesse.

Characteristics of Arneis wine

Arneis wine is characterized by its fresh and complex aromatic profile, with notes of white flowers, peach, green apple and a subtle minerality. In the mouth, it offers a pleasant acidity, a good structure and a persistent finish. These wines are known for their elegance and versatility at the table, pairing splendidly with both fish and white meat dishes.

The territory of Arneis

The Arneis vine finds its maximum expression in the Langhe and Roero hills, characterized by calcareous and clayey soils. This unique terroir gives Arneis wines a distinctive character, giving them elegance, freshness and a pleasant minerality.

The cellars of Arneis

In the Langhe and Roero region, numerous wineries are passionately dedicated to the production of Arneis . Among the most renowned, we find the Bruno Giacosa winery, with a long tradition in the production of high quality wines. Their Arneis wines are widely appreciated for their elegance and complexity.

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If you are fascinated by the elegance and charm of Arneis , we invite you to visit the website. Here you will find a careful selection of Arneis wines from the best Piedmontese cellars, ready to be tasted and appreciated.