Estate: 3rd generation winemakers Fausto and Cinzia Cellario are passionately dedicated to preserving both grapes and winemaking traditions that are indigenous to Piemonte. Their estate is located in in the village of Carru, in the southwestern Langhe region of Piemonte. The 30 hectares of vineyards are planted with only native Piemonte grapes. They are renowned for their Dolcetto wines.
Philosophy: “Our aim is to make a simple and genuine wine.”
Winemaking: Farming is organic [soon to be certified]. They are certified “environment friendly cultivation”. Spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeast in stainless steel, aged in stainless steel tanks. “Bottled with minimal sulphur (~10ppm) and without sterile filtering or fining.”
Tasting Notes: Pale gold in colour with aromas of apple, lemon, hay, white flowers and chalky minerality. Lemon, candied ginger, pear, melon, apple and a trace of mandarin orange are glossed by bright acidity and light fizz. Creamy texture compliments lemon zest, honey, white flowers and a trace of pineapple on the zippy, mineral driven finish. Super crisp, super refreshing, super gluggable.
Blend of Moscato and Arneis
Estate Bottled by Poderi Cellario
$21 [1 liter]