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Fratelli Brovia – Roero Arneis

Italy
Piedmont
Wine
White

The Facts

Origins Italy > Piedmont > Roero

Appellation Roero

Varietal Arneis

Cepage 100% Arneis

Winemaking After total destemming & a brief skin maceration, wine ferments spontaneously in steel tanks. Unfiltered, unfined.

Aging 6 months in tank on lees

Alcohol Content 13.0 %

Production 4500 bottles

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes Brovia’s Arneis is as good as it gets for this white grape from Piedmont. The wine offers mineral tones, citrus zest, and crisp and lightly exotic notes. This is absolutely delicious stuff with great vibrancy and soft-textured fruit. Brovia has crafted a gorgeously pure expression of Arneis from its most distinctive terroir in the Roero zone.

Overall Intense & concentrated

Mouthfeel Vibrant & softly textured

Aromas Mineral driven & clean with peach blossoms, blanched almonds & citrus zest

Pairings Enjoy with Tuna Ceviche with Cilantro and Avocado

Sustainability Vegan t, Organic In Practice t, Natural Fermentation t

The Story

A perfect encapsulation of Roero Arneis: a mineral spine with notes of stone fruits and citrus define this wine. While much Piedmontese Arneis is decidedly neutral or subject to heavy new oak treatment, Brovia's version gracefully expresses its Roero origins with balance, intensity, length and concentration.

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Brand Story

The Brovia family established themselves as winegrowers in the hamlet of Castignlione Falletto in 1863, amassing over time an enviable collection of vineyards in some of the zone's greatest crus, as well as a sizable holding in the cru Brea in Serralunga d'Alba. Rosenthal Wine Merchant has imported the family's gorgeously traditional Barolo since the 1978 vintage - first with Giacinto Brovia, who revived viticulture here in 1953, and today with his daughter Elena and her formidably talented husband Alex Sanchez.

Brand Story

The Brovia family established themselves as winegrowers in the hamlet of Castignlione Falletto in 1863, amassing over time an enviable collection of vineyards in some of the zone's greatest crus, as well as a sizable holding in the cru Brea in Serralunga d'Alba. Rosenthal Wine Merchant has imported the family's gorgeously traditional Barolo since the 1978 vintage - first with Giacinto Brovia, who revived viticulture here in 1953, and today with his daughter Elena and her formidably talented husband Alex Sanchez.

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