Vineyard of Malvira come form the geographical area of Roero, 420 square kilometers located on the left bank of the Tanaro river, to the North of Alba, in Piedmont.
Roero emerged from the sea 2-3 million years ago, from Tortonian to Piacenzian age. The soil is calcareous at times, with sandy veins rich in shells and marine fossils.
Our roots lie here, in the lands of Arneis and Nebbiolo, in the succession of hills, woods and orchards, up to the wild steep slopes, the Rocche.
This bottle is a blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc & Arneis
It has some aromas of fresh fruit and slight toasty hints in the first 5-6 years, notes of hazelnuts, butter and candied citrus with evolution. It is also defined by a slightly acidic note and a bitter aftertaste, that becomes sweeter in the ages.
Perfect to enjoy in good company, as an aperitif with raw meat, tajarin with truffle or fondue.