Giovanni Almondo Bricco della Ciliegie Roero Arneis

Giovanni Almondo Bricco della Ciliegie Roero Arneis

Roero is a small DOCG wine district in the hills of Piedmont, north-western Italy. It is known particularly for its refreshing white wines made from Arneis, but also for its bold, fragrant reds made from Piedmont's signature red-wine grape, Nebbiolo. The area owes its name to the Roero family, powerful bankers who were extremely influential here in the Middle Ages. (© Copyright Wine-Searcher.com) Based on aggregated critic scores this is one of the top 10 Roero wines: -Stephen Tanzer gave the 2010 vintage a score of 91 -The Decanter World Wine Awards awarded the 2011 vintage Bronze. -This is the fifth most searched for among this region's wines (by Wine-Searcher users). -This wine has been becoming increasingly popular over the past year.
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