Roero Wine

Roero is a wine region within the Cuneo province of Piedmont, Italy. It surrounds the district of Alba, on the west side of the Tanaro River. The region is named for a family who were active in the banking and trading business for some time in the Medieval period. 

Roero was once an ancient sea, called the Golfo Padano, and, as a result, there is a large quantitity of sand in the soils as well as marine fossils. 
The Nebbiolo DOCG is located within Roero, where the grape takes on a rich, softer and more fruit-driven character than in nearby Barolo and Barbaresco communes. This is due to the soils which are heavier in sand and lighter in clay than the other well-known regions.
Nebbiolo DOCG must age a minimum 20 months, and another 12 months additionally to be labeled Roero Riserva DOCG. The wines must consist of at least 95 Nebbiolo.
Roero Arneis DOCG is the still white wine of region. The grape, whose name means "little rascal" is native to Read more »

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Reviews of Roero Wines

  • Ceretto Blange Langhe Arneis 2013


    Honeydew melon, cantaloupe and lemon aromas. In the mouth its oily but fresh, showing lemon, melon and herbal notes of lemongrass and chamomile tea. Theres a bit of dissolved CO2 here, lending a fresh zestiness to the palate, which coupled with the acidity makes this a great food wine, especially with creamy foods that would need a counterbalance. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Giovanni Almondo Almondo Arneis Bricco Delle Ciliegie 2013


    Bright and refreshing. Very enjoyable Read More

    Wine review by anchca

  • Monchiero Carbone Roero Arneis "Recit" 2012


    No written review

    Wine review by LuigiLucia

  • Malvira Birbet 2012


    This wine is simply amazing! This has to be my all-time favorite sweet red wine. If you enjoy a lot of sweetness, but not too much to where it's rich, then you'll enjoy this. I'm not a big fan of red wines at all and I loved this to the max! Read More

    Wine review by mark

  • Malvira Birbet 2012


    No written review

    Wine review by CMCKIC

  • Gio Dominico Negro 2011


    Nothing like a little Italian Barbera while the wife is out of town. Initial nose was earth and plummy. Lots of fat jam in the nose. First tastes were a bit overly acidic with notes of plum and currents. I put my glass down and walked the dogs. 20 minutes later. Transformation. The nose is a bit more rigid but the earthyness has slowly va... Read More

    Wine review by jescobio

  • Vietti Arneis Roero 2012


    Lightest wine I have had in a while. Did not have the slight effervescence on the tongue like other Arneis wines I have had, although I am not certain that the bottle had not been opened the night before. The palate had notes of grapefruit and a medium toasty finish. Wish it were more complex. Read More

    Wine review by pboss

  • Roero Prachiosso Litri Negro Angelo Rosso Italia Piemonte 2007


    Superb wine. Amazing combination of earthy tannins and fruits. A powerful wine best drank with a superb dish of slow cooked game Read More

    Wine review by mattox

  • Malvira' Langhe Nebbiolo 2007


    £11.992008 out to be classic Piedmont tho started out a bit shallow when first opened. Worth trying again. Not so rich that it needs a heavy meal to accompany. Read More

    Wine review by RichAd

  • Poderi Moretti Roero Arneis Occhetti 2010


    No written review

    Wine review by martins2002

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