As we know, in the south of Piedmont great wines are born. One of these was born in the Roero region, a really interesting white DOCG made from Arneis grapes, known as Roero Arneis DOCG.
In the popular tradition of the area, Arneis indicates an extrovert and somewhat rebellious person, original and nice at the same time. We can see the same characteristics in this wine.
It is a dry white wine (although once these grapes were vinified mostly sweet) DOCG (Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin) whose production is allowed only in the 19 municipalities in the province of Cuneo which are located on the left bank of the Tanaro river.
Its alcohol content is generally important (between 12.5 and 14% vol.) but this ensures a good envelopment and a really interesting fullness of taste.
In recent years this wine has been experiencing moments of great ferment, as it is increasingly appreciated both in Italy and abroad for its pleasant drinkability.
Only thirty years ago few people invested in the vine, while today 6 million bottles are reached per year.
The wine created by Lagobava has a yellowish color with golden nuances. The wine is stored on the lees in steel tanks until bottling.
The bouquet is floral and fruity, with a good typical aromatic note. The taste is fresh, fragrant with good final softness. White fruit and citrus notes are savored. It has a good flavor.
It is an aperitif wine but it also goes very well with appetizers, light first courses or fish-based courses.
A must-drink wine to enjoy your summer aperitifs by the swimming pool!