First Bottling in 2008.
The iconic Piedmontese wine that expresses Langa traditions and aromas.
Denomination Langhe Arneis Bianchin
Type Denomination of Controlled Origin
Production method: Destemmed and pressed. 6 days of static clarification. One month racking and fermentation of clean must in stainless steel vats at a temperature of 14 ° C.
Left on his lees for about a month for malo-lactic fermentation. This is followed by dreg removal and natural clarification in a stainless steel tank.
Bottling date: Only one bottling in late spring.
View: Bright straw yellow color.
Bouquet: Intense, with peach and acacia flowers , hazelnut and yellow flowers notes.
Taste: Inviting and fresh taste with a typical bitter note at the end.
Food pairing: A perfect pairing with spring appetizers and first courses: omelettes with wild herbs, savory pies, vegetable soups, stuffed courgette flowers, dishes based on freshwater fish and veal with tuna sauce. Also also excellent as an aperitif
Minimum aging by law: Not required; young wine that best expresses its characteristics in the first 3 years of life.
Serving temperature: 8 ° – 10 ° C.
Conservation: It is recommended to keep the bottles lying down in a cool, well-ventilated place, away from light sources.