Angelo Negro – Roero Arneis Sette Anni – 2012

Who would have bet that a Piedmontese white grape like Arneis could give results so long? Yes, the Angelo Negro and sons winery has proved it. We are in the heart of the Roero, in Monteu, and they are one of the most historical realities so much to be mentioned in a cadastral register in 1670. The philosophy of the winery has always been to produce only local wines trying to select the best vineyards to make great wines for aging, also challenging the characteristics of the grapes. They are among the only ones to enhance the potential of Arneis, (wine not famous for being aged, but to drink) by putting it on the market after 7 years of aging. The result is a surprising wine that has developed a hydrocarbon perfume on the nose and a good flavor and roundness in the mouth.

  • Producer: Negro Angelo
  • Name: Roero Arneis Sette Anni
  • Grape Variety: 100% Arneis
  • Vintage: 2012
  • Alcohol Content: 13,5%
  • Bottle Size: 750ml

Productive Notes: Fermentation in steel tanks. Aging in stainless steel “sur lies” with battonage for at least 7 months and then 7 years in bottle before going out on the market.

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Description

Wine naturally contains solphites

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