Arneis is the white counterpart of Nebbiolo in Piedmont. Arneis is an ancient white grape in Piedmont, but a speciality of the Roero area; just north of the river Tanaro. Sernì simply means chosen - as if the grape has picked its favourite spot in the sandy and chalky soils.
Herbal notes of sage and bay, around a lively, tangerine-accented palate. Plenty of both weight and freshness.
Alberto and Ezio
Michele Taliano winery was founded in 1930 and today it is run by the third generation Alberto and Ezio Taliano. The winery is based in Montà D'Alba in the heart of the Roero wine-region and the family, due to their very old roots is known with the nickname of "Re Cit" that in piedmontese dialect means "Little Kings".
Like the family, also Taliano's wines have always been a great expression of traditional and timeless Piedmontese wines. In the mid-nineties, Michele's sons, Alberto and Ezio took over and began to renovate the farm. Besides renewing the buildings, they also introduced state of the art new wine-making technologies to further increase the quality of the production and refinement of the wines.
|NAME:||Serní- Roero Arneis DOCG|
|APPELLATION:||Roero Arneis DOCG|
|GRAPE VARIETY:||100% Arneis|
|VINIFICATION:||Stainless Steel white fermentation of the must at a controlled temperature|
|AGING:||In stainless steel tanks in contact with his leavens for 4-5 months and bottle for 2 months|