Portfolio‎ > ‎Italy‎ > ‎Piemonte‎ > ‎Cairel‎ > ‎

Langhe Arneis


The name Arneis in the dialect of the Langhe hills means "rascal" because of its unpredictable behavior. The vines of this grape were noted in these hills as early as the 15th century, but not too long ago it had practically disappeared. The terrain of the Langhe is well suited to this dry white of scant scent but lively with fruit flavors which in well-made Arneis lasts long enough to mingle with the almondy aftertaste. The Cairel Arneis Langhe has a grand structure that is both vivacious and elegant. It is a pale straw-color with an intense perfume of fresh fruit and flowers. Enhances the enjoyment of any light meal, antipastos and fish dishes. Serve chilled.
 
 

 
Shelf Talker