This well-made example of Roero Arneis is made by a small family winery. Fresh and yet juicy, you'll find an attractive weight of fruit in the mouth, and a rounded finish.'' 91 Points, Amy Wislock, Decanter Magazine
''Roero Arneis has become a staple among Piedmont's white wines; dry, and generally aged without any wood, the wines offer flavors of pear and melon, with notes of almond and subtle herbal character in the finish.'' Tom Hyland, Forbes.com
''Arneis is the most important white varietal of the Roero.'' Ian D'Agata, Vinous Media
''Arneis is a white grape grown in the hills of Roero in Piedmont, northwest of Alba. Here it produces gastronomic, medium bodied wines that are invariably vinified without oak and typically show characters of juicy apple and peach fruit, hawthorn, white flowers and often a hint of almond too. This well-made example is made by a small family winery. Fresh and yet juicy, you'll find an attractive weight of fruit in the mouth, and a rounded finish.'' 91 Points, Amy Wislock, Decanter Magazine
Delicately aromatic with acacia flowers and honey, the palate is flavourful and well balanced from a winery with a history going back to the 1800's.