Arneis, a native grape to Piedmont, produces a very fruit-forward wine with hints of pears and apples. Ceretto Blangè...Read more...
Ceretto farms 173 acres of arneis in the towns of Vezza d'Alba and Castellinaldo - claiming to make one in every five bottles of this local Piedmon... Read more
There's intensity to the peach, grapefruit and light quinine flavors here, and a subtle spritz balances the moderately rich texture. Shows good len... Read more
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Ceretto farms 173 acres of arneis in the towns of Vezza d'Alba and Castellinaldo - claiming to make one in every five bottles of this local Piedmont specialty. Given the significant level of production, it's remarkable that the wine is consistently among the best. Their farming and careful winemaking maintain the freshness of the grapes, presenting exotic fruit flavors - loquat and kumquat - as well as brisk apple and pear. Acidity brings a seashell minerality to the wine, accompanying fresh almond flavors in the finish. For crudo, especially scallops or fluke.
Arneis, a native grape to Piedmont, produces a very fruit-forward wine with hints of pears and apples. Ceretto Blangè Arneis is a luscious wine brought into balance with careful winemaking to preserve its acidity.
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