"A orange wine for its winemaking that corresponds to the true rural tradition of the Roero Arneis. When I was a child and I went with my father to the other farmers, each of them kept a demijohn of traditional autochthonous grapes a very precious wine that was drunk at parties and was vinified in maceration.
How the DOC Arneis began in 1990, the country tradition of maceration was canceled and only the noble one in white was considered".
Yellow straw color with gold ancient reflections. The nose is complex and harmonious, an explosion of citrus notes, dried fruit and fennel seeds. poppy and acacia flowers. Intense and elegant with distinct minerality and good sapidity. Long finish elegant and balanced.
Is good for every meals, aperitif, appetizers or alone!
My favorite combination: a dish of raviolini al plin, a local dish based on fresh egg pasta filled with vegetable, meat or cheese with butter and aromatic herbs of my garden (rosemary, sage and thyme)
We pick our grapes only by hands, and we put them in the boxes
Winemaking: The grapes are destemmed and squeezed and ferment spontaneously with the skins for about 12 days in steel tanks with no temperature control. The stirring of the cap is manual. At the end of the fermentation, the wine is transferred to the traditional vats, and completes its malolactic fermentation without enological additives. Coclicò is not filtered.
Refining: 5 months in stainless steel casks and three months in the bottle
Total Production: between 8000 bottles/year.
Alcohol content: 13-13,5 % by Vol. Residual sugar: 2 g/l Total acidity: 5,4 g/l pH: 3.43
Serving temperature: 12 °C / 46-54 °F
Curiosity: Coclicò means poppy In local dialect. In piedmont there is a botanical species of orange poppy, the color is similar to ours Coclicò.