Arneis is to the white as Nebbiolo is to the red on the hills of Piedmont in Northern Italy. The name in the local dialect translates to charming rascal. Sounds a lot like most Irishmen. The grapes for this wine came from the oldest Arneis planting in Australia. These vines which are more than 30 years old give a great intensity and complexity to the wine.
Bottled 23rd August 2019 – Fruit Day, waning crescent Moon in Cancer.
20 in stock
Crittenden Vineyard, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. 14% Alcohol.
Colour: Pale straw with green hue and the appearance of a pre-dawn sky.
Bouquet: Aromas of almonds and preserved lemons waft in with a gentle sea breeze.
Palate: Finely honed heritage lemon and pear flavours melt across the palate.
The 2019 Arneis Dhiaga won the Top Gold Medal at the Australian Wine Varieties Show in 2019!