Cecu Roero Arneis D’La BiundaMonchiero Carbone
Fine white wine that goes well with the meal, especially fish and shellfish dishes, white meat and not too seasoned cheeses
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Arneis, the exclusive grape variety of the steep hills of the Roero is with Nebbiolo the architect of the reputation of our territory. To enhance the prestige that this grape deserves, starting from 2004 an exclusive selection of Roero Arneis has been born, with the clear intention of offering a further opportunity to fully appreciate the characteristics and potential of this great grape.
The grapes come from two individual vineyards selected for their sandy terroir and high altitude: from the soft and sandy soils of the Tanone cru, in the municipality of Vezza d'Alba, and from the Renesio Incisa cru in Canale, on the famous hill that gave the birthplace of the Arneis grape in the late 1400s. In fact, it is said that this white grape was differentiated in Renesio, initially called "white Nebbiolo" by the shape of the bunch and the size of the berries similar to Nebbiolo.
On this type of particularly sandy soil Arneis expresses all its potential for aroma and elegance. Cecu has intense aromas of tropical fruits and fascinates the palate with the refinement of a savory and persistent taste destined to improve in the years to come thanks to its complexity and fullness.
We wanted to dedicate this selection to grandfather Francesco Carbone better known as "Cecu d’la Biunda": a gentle and kind person, a great fan of Arneis when he was not yet known beyond the regional borders.