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Malvira Roero Renesio Arneis 2011

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"The big brother of the entry level Roero Arneis from Malvira. There are plenty of similarities in the wines (minerality and fruit profile) yet this Renesio is more concentrated, powerful and textural. It is believed that the Renesio vineyard was the first to planted with Arneis in the country." - Chris Loth

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Winery Note: "The Roero region is especially interesting as the land and soil here has a rich and varied history. The district of Roero is approximately 350 km and contains 23 comunes or townships. The name Roero comes from the Conti-Roero family who lived the area in the 14th century, however, the identity of the territory dates back before the year 1000. Even before the year 1000 AD, the entire "Roero area" was completely covered by sea. This history gives us the sandy and calcareous soil that is found throughout the area. In fact, it’s quite common to see fossils poking their heads out of the many vineyard sites."

"Our Renesio vineyard:
This particular vineyard is characterized by the two rows of cypress tress that were planted to look a bit like Tuscany. The vineyards name however, Renesio, is responsible for the naming of the grape Arneis-which became a docg in 2005. The soil is made of calcareous clay, and the vineyard is located in Canale with a south facing exposition. In 2007, Renesio became our vineyard. On the top of the hill of Renesio there is a 250 year old house which we plan to restructure for touristic use. The vineyard is 300 meters in altitude and stretches about 4.5 hectares. We make both Roero Arneis Renesio and Roero Riserva Renesio from this vineyard."

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Volume (ml)750ml
How it's madeMostly regular production techniques
Product typeWine White Other Varietal/Blends Italian Style

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