Miladui | Roero Arneis

88Robert Parker 2023
91Luca Maroni 2017
89Luca Maroni 2016
****Italian Touring Club 2016

Harvested by hand in mid-September, it is vinified by destemming and soft pressing followed by fermentation with selected yeasts in new barriques to maintain the freshness and fruitiness of the arneis. Refinement takes place first in wood, for 12 months in the same barriques where it fermented, with manual bâttonage every 15 days. It then finishes its refinement in the bottle (lying down) for 6 months.



100% Arneis

Production area

Canale, Roero




320 m a.s.l.


South - East







Bottle format

750 cl

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Data sheet of Miladui, Roero Arneis DOCG

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FeaturesTasting notes

This Roero Arneis is a well-structured wine. Harmonious, vanilla, with sensations of flowers. The taste is pleasant and persistent. The colour is an intense straw yellow.

Wine & foodAbbinations

The wine should be served at 13-14°C. It goes very well with fish dishes, cheese, white meat and game.


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Commonly, the name Arneis identifies an extrovert and somewhat rebellious individual as original and likeable. Similarly, our Roero Arneis Miladui - a proud son of the Roero hills - is an excellent representation of these characteristics.

The sandy soils on which it is born give it intensity and richness of aroma. Limestone and clay provide structure and importance.

A great historical white wine from Piedmont, par excellence. Roero Arneis is in fact the result of a happy rediscovery, due to intuition, passion and stubbornness. An authentic jewel of local oenology, it quickly became part of the international oenological elite.

It is characterised by a straw-yellow colour with accentuated greenish reflections.
The wine has a fruity bouquet and is as pleasant as it is delicate. On the palate it expresses a dry flavour, without bitterness, and elegant. It is excellent as an aperitif or with fish dishes.
We suggest to drink the Roero Arneis Miladui young, at a temperature of 13-14°C.