Arneis grapes are the basic of Roero Arneis wine

Arneis is a native Piedmontese grape variety of the Roero territory . The first references concerning him date back to the second half of the nineteenth century (1863).

Arneis is known as Renesio or Renexi since 1400 in the hills of the Roero of which is indigenous. In fact it has been used for centuries as a vine for sweet wines, while its use in dry white wines began in 1890.

Barolo Origins in Piedmont
Hills from 150 m. to 450 m. Sandy and soft soils make possible to produce fruity white wine.


The Roero is an area already inhabited in Roman times…

The Roero is an area already inhabited in Roman times, for the thriving viticulture implanted. It was officially included in the Unesco World Heritage Site list in 2013.

The Arneis, an ancient native vine of the Roero, in the first half of the last century had almost disappeared.

Rediscovered in the second half of the twentieth century, this wine has achieved immediate success in Italy and Europe, becoming a true “phenomenon” that has few precedents



Brilliant in its straw reflection that downloads vivid green reflections, gives off aromas that recall the subtle and elegant scent of white flowers and hints of fresh fruit ranging from apple to peach and hazelnut. Harmonious with a long finish in the palate.

Harvesting in boxes of grapes, soft pressing and fermentation in steel tanks with temperature control at about 15/17 degrees until depletion of all the sugar. To maintain the freshness of the scents, no lactic bacteria fermentation is used.


Excellent aperitif, enhances its characteristics with light appetizers and dishes of fish and seafood, omelette with herbs, pies.