Finally Organic

Roero Arneis 2020

After the necessary 3 years of conversion from traditional agriculture, we are happy to present you our first organic certified wine


Respect for the environment and targeted varietal choices

Our wines are a symbol of the territory, and as such they are produced with the utmost respect for the ecosystem.

To do this, in the vineyard we apply the rules of integrated pest management practices, ensuring that every agricultural phase is sustainable and appropriate for the micro-area in question. This influences the choices during pruning, thinning and harvesting, as well as the subsequent selection of the bunches that allows us to guarantee quality wines.

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The selection

Our wines

Soft pressing, fermentation at a controlled temperature and aging in wood are aimed at enhancing the natural characteristics of the grapes while maintaining their aromatic integrity.

Gilbert and Gaillard International Challenge Gold Medal
Falstaff 91/100

Barbaresco DOCG

The WineHunter Punteggio GOLD
Falstaff 89/100
Gilbert and Gaillard International Challenge Gold Medal

Roero DOCG Riserva

The WineHunter Punteggio 88,00-89,99/100
Falstaff 92/100

Barolo DOCG

Visits and tastings

Come visit us!

Discover the great wines of Roero, a land still hardly touched by mass tourism, and still to be explored, even from a gastronomic point of view.

The surroundings

We are in the Roero, on the left bank of the Tanaro river, in a small paradise of hills and vineyards.

A land with a sandy soil and rich in marine fossil residues, the Roero is a discreet, fascinating and unique beauty.

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The Demarie cultivate their own vineyards on the sunny slopes of the Roero through methods compatible with the preservation of the natural environment …

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The past harvests

Each year the grapes change, and take on unique characteristics acquired by the climate variables.

These characters are then transmitted to wines, which through a careful vinification process fully reflect the peculiarities of the grapes of origin. Discover the archive of past vintages, with all the details on climate and harvest times.

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James Suckling scores

Press Review / 27 May 2021 / by Monica Bizzini
Thirty years of career at the prestigious Wine Spectator magazine, mainly spent at the Paris office he opened in 1985 and in Italy near Florence; more than 225,000 wines tasted;… Read More