Sara Langhe Arneis doc
Vine: 100% Arneis
Soil: calcareous clay with sandy deposits
Position: south-east facing
Altitude: 250metres above sea-level
Training: arched Guyot
Vinification and ageing: After the grapes have been soft-pressed, the must is fermented at 15-17°C for around twenty days. At the end of fermentation, the must is drained to separate it from its deposit and is then aged for two to three months on the lees to provide harmonious softness and flavour. As soon as the wine has clarified, it is ready for bottling and sale.
Organoleptic characteristics: This Arneis possesses a straw-yellow colour with greenish highlights and fresh flowery perfumes with notes of white-fleshed fruit and citrus fruits. The flavour is dry, tasty and mineral and offers a harmonious return of aromas to the nose.
Matching: Our Arneis is suitable for matching with white meat dishes and fish but is also excellent as an aperitif.
Serving temperature: 10/12°C