Deltetto Roero Arneis Daivej 2020

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Tasting Notes

The wine is fragrant and offers floral aromas, those of early spring flowers, almond oil, citrus, pear and minerality.  Flavors are soft and elegant with white flowers, apricot pit, seashells, crushed rocks, citrus, succulent pears and a hint of raw almond.  Medium bodied with soft acidity and a medium finish.


Arneis is an aromatic white grape associated with the Piedmont in northwest.  The name means “difficult” or “stubborn” in the local dialect.  It’s a late ripening grape, low yielding and naturally low in acidity.  Timing the harvest to maximize both ripeness and acid is critical. Planting in clay soils and at higher altitudes seems to help preserve acidity.  The soils of Roero, a mix of sandstone and sedimentary rocks of marine origin as well as limestone, clay, and sand, date to the Pliocene.  Roero is particularly known for the production of white wine, with Arneis the most important grape.


Carlo Deltetto began making wine in the Langhe and Roero areas in 1953; the winery is located in Canale, the heart of Roero.  His son Antonio completed his enological studies in 1977 and now runs the estate with his wife and children.  Deltetto produces sparkling and still wines from estate fruit, both red and white. The family has been producing Arneis grapes for over 40 years and makes two bottlings.  The Daivej is vinified in cement and steel and it is one of the two Arneis the winery makes.

Food Pairing Suggestions

Cheese, Chicken/Turkey, Cream Sauce Pasta, East Asian (Chinese/Japanese/Korean), Fish (white), Fondue, Green Salads, Ham, Hors d'oeuvres, Just for Cocktailing, Mushrooms, Perfect Aperitif Wine, Roasted Root Vegetables, Shellfish, Sushi, Vegetables

Italy, Piedmont , Roero
Grape Varietal:
100% Arneis
$18.00 each