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While the Piedmont is known predominantly for red wine, the wine makers of the region take their whites seriously. They even experiment with the international varieties Riesling and Chardonnay.
Arneis, “the little rascal,” accounts for only 2% of grapes grown in the Piedmont. These vines are centered west of Barbaresco and north of Barolo in an area called Roero. Arneis is seldom blended and carries light notes of pear, peach, and apple with whiffs of tarragon.