Rocche Costamagna Arneis has a fruity bouquet in the nose with scents of pear, tropical fruits and wildflowers. Bright intense raw yellow color. The aroma is enjoyably fruity and honey scents. The pleasant mineral frame is well balanced by the acidity. Full, persistent, fresh and mineral on the palate and excellent aperitif, it marries well with starters, raw and cooked fish, white meat and fresh cheese.
After a soft pressing and controlled low temperature fermentation, the must is left on the lees for at least three months. This wine rests on the yeasts in stainless steel tanks for at least three months and further two months in bottle. Soft pressing of grapes and settling. Fermentation at 16°C (61°F) for about three weeks.
Rocche Costamagna is one of the most historic wineries of La Morra, the most important municipality of the Barolo denomination in terms of wine production and number of winemakers. A history of dedication to the vine and wine that, over time, has been able to raise the quality of its labels, enhancing the extraordinary terroir of La Morra and, in particular, enhancing the fruits of the prestigious cru of Barolo Rocche dell'Annunziata, which the company has the honor of cultivating for over two centuries.
The historic cellars of the Napoleonic era, restored and restored to their former glory, now host an elegant accommodation, where the Barolo experience meets the warm and generous welcome of the Langhe.