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Grapes: Arneis
Growing Area: distretto del Roero
Alcohol: 12,0% by volume
Winemaker: Giuliano Noé
Food suggestions: Best with pasta, chicken salad, appetizers and sea-food.


Winemaker’s Notes:

Colour: pale-yellow with golden hints.
Nose: pale-yellow with golden hints.
Palate: fresh, delicate, medium bodied with a well balanced palate, fresh mineral finish and elegant aftertaste. Pleasant and delightful typical fruity coming from the Arneis grapes.
Serving temperature: 8-10 ° C.
Cellaring: 3 years.


Roero Arneis is made with Arneis grapes, which is a Piedmonts’ autochthon variety from the Alba North-West area, the Roero shire. The soft-pressing before fermentation helps a lot to preserve the great aromas of the grapes. Aged only in bottle during 4-6 months Bassiano maintains all the character that made very well-known this kind of grapes all around the world.

Bassiano: Roero Arneis DOCG

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