“Lightly fragrant nose of pear, white blossom and almond. Crisp, clean and zesty palate. Pretty, and well made, but a simple and undemanding floral white. Very appealing aperitif style with impressive regional character.”
The Demarie family have been producing wines at Vezza d’Alba, in the heart of the Roero region, for three generations. Today the company is known for good quality artisan wines from the local varieties of Piedmont, and in particular, for their trust in the local Arneis grape.
Based in the steep hills of Mango in the province of Cuneo, Marco and Cinzia continue the work of Marco’s father Elvio, who worked tirelessly to promote Moscato d’Asti, and in particular his local terroir of Gramella.