Roero Arneis D.O.C.G.

Arneis has been Roero’s typical white grape for centuries. This native variety (according to tradition, first cultivated on a hill just a few kilometres from Castellinaldo) likes the sandy, loose soils that characterize the local terrain. Since being granted a controlled designation (DOC) in the early 1980s and now recently recognized as a DOCG, Roero Arneis has won fans around the world thanks to its freshness, minerality and easy-drinking qualities. These characteristics are faithfully reflected in Morra’s interpretation, making it perfect for aperitifs or paired with cold dishes.

Grape varietal: 
8000-9000 kg grapes per hectare.
soft pneumatic pressing with dry ice, cold decanting of the must.
temperature controlled fermentation, maturation in stainless steel vats for 5 months, ageing 2 months in bottle.
Service temperature: 
10-11° C.
Roero Arneis.