The Arneis grape is widely grown in Piedmont , especially in the Roero area.

Due to several reasons, including the abandon of the countryside and vineyards, and the various crises of the wine sector, in the 60s the Arneis had almost disappeared from the national wine scene, it was later rediscovered for its characteristics and replanted by some forward thinking winemaker as a quality white wine in a land of red wines, Piedmont.

But only recently wineries have started experimenting with the grape and there has been a lot of work on the grape itself through clones selection to improve the quality of its wine and even though Arneis is a Piedmont native grape, due to their proximity, there are a few vineyards in Liguria.

Producers growing the grape

Now that you know more about the Arneis, these are the wines we stock