1. Brovia Roero Arneis 2018

    Brovia Roero Arneis 2018

    Piemonte native Arneis faced near extinction in the 1970s, but it has made a welcome comeback, particularly in the hands of classic producers like Brovia. Aromas of green apples, pears, almonds, and white pepper lead on to a palate with refreshing acidity, some creaminess and weight, and a lingering spicy finish. A serious wine that pairs perfectly with lobster or crabcakes. Learn More
  2. Enrico Serafino Gavi di Gavi 2017

    Enrico Serafino Gavi di Gavi 2017

    Made from Cortese, Gavi is the classic white wine of Piemonte. Quality varies, however, but this hits all the right spots. From a producer established in 1878 and from vines in the heart of the Gavi DOCG, it’s so refreshing, with high, vibrant acidity given body and weight by a slightly creamy, nutty, lees texture as well as green apple, pear, gooseberry, and wild flower aromas and a subtly persistent, drying finish. Learn More