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Bottle of The Week-Vietti Roero Arneis

I tend not to drink too many white wines, in fact, correct me if I am wrong, I believe this is the first white I have posted about. 309 more words


Along the Wine Trail: Magliano Alfieri & Montà

This month we’re heading to Magliano Alfieri & Montà!

Magliano Alfieri:

The smallest area in terms of DOCG classified vine-growth, Magliano Altieri has just 5.39 hectares of Arneis and 2.31 hectares of Nebbiolo which equates to just .75% of hectares in the entire DOCG area. 341 more words


Arneis & Nebbiolo: The Real Roero!

Arneis is a white wine grape whose origin is from the Piedmont region of Italy. Some of the finest examples of this wine are from the DOCG region of Roero, just northwest of Alba. 379 more words

Red Wine

Discover Piedmont's Real Roero May 17th

Join us May 17th for a taste of Roero, Roero Riserva, Roero Arneis and Roero Arneis Spumante and discover Piedmont like you never have before! 56 more words


"It's all they're asking these days".

“Is it organic?”
The scorn, on Alberto’s face, was evident. “These days they don’t even check if the wine’s good or not, if it isn’t organic no one wants to give a euro for it”. 584 more words

Roero holds over 30 positions at VinItaly 2016

The Roero Consorzio proudly announces that over 30 of its member wineries will present at this year’s VinItaly International Wine Fair April 10-13, offering attendees the chance to taste many examples of the region’s top wines in one place. 389 more words


Along the wine trail: Castagnito & Corneliano d’Alba

This month, we were all about the Castagnito & Corneliano d’Alba!

A little about each region:


Located in the southeastern part of Roero, the closest to the Tanaro River, facing Barbaresco, Castagnito is characterized by marlier soils with mixed clay and calcareous deposits. 186 more words