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    Arneis del Roero - Cantine Povero 0.75 L

    Cantine Povero

    Regular price €7,90

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     DESCRIPTION:

    The Arneis grape, whose origin is lost to the mists of time, has been cultivated in the hilly and sandy soils of the Roero since ancient times.
    Tenuta Fratelli Povero owns the “Terre del Conte” vineyard, the source of the grapes for Roero Arneis. This wine is now counted among the great whites among the D.O.C.G. of the Italian oenological reality.
    This wine is straw white in color with greenish reflections. It has an intense and fresh aroma; dry and delicate flavor. Its dominant characteristics, more or less accentuated depending on the vintage, are fresh hay, rennet apple, almond, and pineapple.
    Served at around 10°C temperature, it is an excellent aperitif, goes well with lean appetizers, soups such as creams and velvets, and is perfect with fish dishes.

    Grapes: 100% Arneis

    Color: Pale straw yellow with greenish reflections.
    Scent: intense and fresh.
    Taste: dry and delicate. 
    Pairings: aperitif, appetizers, fish
    Technique: Destemming and cooling of the de-stemmed at 10/12 ° C Cold maceration for 10/12 h Soft pressing at 1 Atm Natural decantation: 12 h Fermentation containers: stainless steel thermo-conditioned tanks Fermentation temperature: 15/16 ° C with inoculation of yeasts selected. Duration of fermentation: 15/20 days Refinement: 2/3 months sur-lie

     

    THE CELLAR:

    "Grandfather Tumlìn, who planted the family's first vineyard in 1948, felt a strong affection towards his land. He told of the pride he felt in continuing the tradition of his ancestors. The family's roots in the soil date back to 1837, a precious legacy of ancient wisdom, experience, and art that Tumlin handed down to our parents, to us, and that we now pass to our own children.
    He taught us to listen to the seasons. To observe with love the shoots, the vine leaves, and the bunches, with attentiveness to their rhythms of growth.
    He passed on patient industriousness, the knowledge of how to confidently await for the reward for fatigue. This is the legacy of grandfather Tumlìn.
    Our story is one of an alliance between old and new generations, one that allows today to be renewed by past. And for tradition to be reinvigorated by the innovations of the future.
    Thanks to strong roots in our land and history, the wines of Cantine Povero are a "bottled experience" to give to the world."