Brovia Roero Arneis Sanche di Vezza 2009

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like a Sauvignon Blanc in that it is crisp and refreshing. The finish is much more of an almond and warm sense rather...

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Come one! Come all! Discover the Arneis grape from Piedmont. What a way to start a meal, event, or tasting. Pear and melon ever present in that giv... Read more

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Barolo collectors. This gorgeous dry wine, made from the Arneis grape, is their only white. T... Read more

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Barolo collectors. This gorgeous dry wine, made from the Arneis grape, is their only white. T... Read more

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Vintage: 2010 03/27/2012

Come one! Come all! Discover the Arneis grape from Piedmont. What a way to start a meal, event, or tasting. Pear and melon ever present in that gives so much more than other white wines from Italy. Aromatic and round and some weight on the palate yet no oak. Stainless St ferm. A wine that keeps on giving on the finish. Buy by the case and drink it all this summer and into the fall.


External Reviews for Brovia Roero Arneis Sanche di Vezza

External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
09/08/2010

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Barolo collectors. This gorgeous dry wine, made from the Arneis grape, is their only white. This has aromas of pears, apples, acacia honey, and almonds. A silken texture makes it very satisfying alone, and it's stunning with white meat and seafood.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
Vintage: 2008 02/22/2010

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Barolo collectors. This gorgeous dry wine, made from the Arneis grape, is their only white. This has aromas of pears, apples, acacia honey, and almonds. A silken texture makes it very satisfying alone, and it's stunning with white meat and seafood.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
Vintage: 2007 03/06/2009

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Barolo collectors. This gorgeous dry wine, made from the Arneis grape, is their only white. This has aromas of pears, apples, acacia honey, and almonds. A silken texture makes it very satisfying alone, and it's stunning with white meat and seafood.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
Vintage: 2006 08/14/2008

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Barolo collectors. This wine, made from the Arneis grape, is their only white. This is a gorgeous dry white wine with aromas of pears, apples, acacia honey, and almonds. A silken texture makes it very satisfying alone, and it's stunning with white meats or seafood.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
Vintage: 2006 04/10/2008

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Baroli collectors. This here is their only white wine, made from the Arneis grape. The texture is silken. This is a gorgeous dry white wine with aromas of pears, apples, acacia honey & almonds. Very satisfying alone or with white meats or seafood.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
Vintage: 2005 07/12/2007

The Brovia estate of Piedmont is a favorite among our Baroli collectors. This here is their only white wine, made from the Arneis grape. The texture is silken. This is a gorgeous dry white wine with aromas of pears, apples, acacia honey & almonds. Very satisfying alone or with white meats or seafood.


Winemaker's Notes:

like a Sauvignon Blanc in that it is crisp and refreshing. The finish is much more of an almond and warm sense rather than the typical greenness of Sauvignon Blanc. It’s great with creamy dressing salads or sea trout with sweeter citric accompaniment.

like a Sauvignon Blanc in that it is crisp and refreshing. The finish is much more of an almond and warm sense rather than the typical greenness of Sauvignon Blanc. It’s great with creamy dressing salads or sea trout with sweeter citric accompaniment.

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