Bric Amel, White Dry, Roero Arneis, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay
With the word ‘Bricco’ (‘Bric’, in the dialect of the Langhe region) we refer to the summit of our hills whose calcareous soil, rich in quartz sand and fine silt, assure considerable structure and an immediate expression of bouquet. “Amel” on the other hand means honey a unique product powerful and delicate at the same time ,symbol of fullness and complexity where the flowers blend just like the three varietals that growing on our soils unite producing a variety of different scents. It is on this soil that white grapes find the ideal conditions to fully express their potential. The wine is of a pale straw-yellow, sometimes with light green glimmers.
The aroma combines fruity notes of peach and apricot and a hint of almond acacia and hawthorn. The flavor is full, fresh, sapid, fragrant and lightly mineral. It flows easily on our palate but its elegance persists.