2016 Matteo Correggia, Roero Arneis, Piedmont


Press and Tasting Notes

"Correggia's hillside vineyards, low yields, and meticulous attention to detail result in outstanding wines." (Robert Parker, Jr.) His Roero Arneis is a distinctively Piemontese varietal with great charm and appeal. Bright, refreshing, with hints of honeydew melon and lemon and a flair of white flower on the nose.



In northern Italy, Piedmont is home to a number of grape varietals.  Among them is the "noble grape" Nebbiolo.  Grown in several sub-regions, the most popular Nebbiolos hail from Barolo, Barbaresco, Langhe, Gattinara and ... Read More »

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