Roero Arneis DOCG is an white wine from Piemonte in northern Italy.
It is produced using 100% Arneis grapes.
Citrus, Apple, ripe Pear, and Apricot are typical Arneis flavors.
Hints of Flowers, Anis, Mint, and a bitter Almond aftertaste.
Arneis is fresh and fruity with medium acidity:
In Piemonte Arneis is served with Antipasti, Fish, Pasta, Asparagus and Vegetarian dishes.
On the Ligurian coast it is often the preferred wine with white fish.
Vinaigrettes. Asparagus. Fennel.
Salads. Waldorf Salad.
Seafood Pasta with Garlic.
Plain Fish. Calamari.
Cheese Sauces. Pasta with Cheese.
Cheese Risotto with Hazelnuts.
White Meat. Chicken. Turkey.
Chicken in Citrus Sauce.
Cooked or Cured Ham.
Veal and Pork in Creamy Sauce.
Creamy Cheese. Feta. Brie. Camembert. Mozzarella.
Soft Cheese. Asiago. Emmental. Gouda.
Spaghetti alla Carbonara.
Kale Pesto Tortellini (in Herbs, Nuts, and Cheese Sauce).
Chicken in White Wine Sauce.
Spaghetti with Garlic and Olive Oil.
Bagna Cauda (Vegetables in Warm Anchovy and Olive Sauce).
Risotto Primavera (Asparagus, Peas, Zucchini).
Grilled fish with Lemon and Basil.
Vitello Tonnato (Cold Veal topped with thick Tuna Sauce.
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A Tulip Shaped glass is the best choice for a dry white wine.
It guides the wine to the center of your mouth, avoiding the sides, where acidity is less pleasant.
A smaller bowl also helps to serve smaller quantities, and keep the wine cold.
Remember to hold the glass by the stem!
The name Arneis means "Little Rascal" because it is difficult to grow.
Most notable regions:
* Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita.
Piemonte has been an important wine province since Roman times. The area is influenced both culturally and climatically by the Alps in the north, and the Ligurian coast in the south.
Cortese di Gavi
Terre Alfieri Arneis
Nebbiolo (the power of the Barolo and Barbaresco) is the most famous grape of Piemonte, followed by the red grapes Barbera and Dolcetto.
For whites, Cortese and Arneis are the most popular grapes.
For dessert, the off-dry, sparkling Moscato d'Asti is the queen.
The most important wine regions are:
Piemonte's DOCG regions:
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