Bongiovanni Arneis 2009

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Natalie's Review

Bongiovanni Arneis 2009, D.O.C., Langhe, Piedmont, Italy: Vintages Wine Panel: Up until the early 20th century, Arneis was used by producers to soften the red grape, Nebbiolo. Today, after a period of decline, it is thriving again on its own in Piedmont. It creates floral-, pear- and apricot-scented, full-bodied, flavourful wines. This is without question a variety that will be relatively new to most Vintages customers, even though it’s been cultivated for centuries. My note: Crisp and refreshing without a ton of oak. White melon and grapefruit. A good alternative to Pinot Grigio. Drink: 2011-2014. 216465 13.50% D 750 mL  $16.95 Score: 87/100. July 23, 2011  Full Review