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2012 Ceretto Blange Langhe Arneis, Piedmont, Italy

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Wine Notes

Produced at Ceretto's Monsordo Bernardina Estate.

Price Range of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD
Average: $20   From: $17   To: $22

Search Rank 3534 What is search rank?
Over all vintages, this was the 3534th most popular wine on Wine-Searcher last year. Search rank last month: 2295th

Price History for 2012 Ceretto Blange Langhe Arneis, Piedmont, Italy
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Grape Variety: Arneis

Arneis is a white wine grape from Italy's much-respected Piedmont wine region. In a story shared by several renascent grape varieties (most obviously Viognier), Arneis has been rescued from the verge of extinction and is now enjoying something of a revival. By the 1960s, just a few hectares of Arneis vines remained, and only a handful of producers were making the wine. There are now more than 1500 acres (605ha) of Arneis vines in Piedmont, and small quantities are also grown in California, Australia and New Zealand.

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Region Hierarchy
  • Langhe wine region

    Langhe is the hilly sub-region east of the Tanaro river and south of Alba, in the Cuneo province of Piedmont. The name 'Langhe' is the plural form of langa, a local word for a long, low-lying hill. Since its introduction in November 1994, the Langhe DOC has gained considerable repute for its innovative viticulture and use of international varieties (Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc are prime examples). The creativity this affords the local winemakers has led to a new generation of high-quality wines, many comparable to the prestigious 'Super Tuscans' from Tuscany.

    The Langhe area is home to some of the most prestigious wines in Italy, including ... more

  • Piedmont [Piemonte] wine region

    Piedmont (Piemonte in Italian), in the north-western corner of the Italian Peninsula, is arguably Italy's finest wine region. It sits at the foot of the Western Alps, which encircle the region to the north and west, forming Italy's naturally formidable border with France. To its southeast lie the northernmost Apennine Mountains – ... more

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