Nestled in the northwest corner of Piedmont, Roero is a rising star and hidden gem. Join us for a taste of the region’s elegant Nebbiolo’s and refreshing Roero Arneis. The area’s sandy soils create a mineral character truly unique to the area, different from its famous counterparts.
During the hour-long seminar presented by Carlo Deltetto of Deltetto Winery and Aldo Zaninotto of Osteria Langhe we will have a taste of Roero Arneis Spumante, Roero Arneis, Roero, and Roero Riserva (including older vintages.) A true value for any wine list, be one of the first to discover this delicious region. Following the seminar, we will have a wine bar of additional wines to taste (including some seeking representation.)
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Discover the heart of Roero on June 5th.
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This year, the Consorzio of Roero is proud to share that over 50 of its members will be present at this years VinItaly fair April 9-12. The stands are located throughout the fair, please find the list below. Note that all stand numbers came from the VinItaly Catalogue and may be subject to change.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Abbona: Hall 10, Stand O2
Almondo Giovanni: Hall 10, Stand E2
Antica Cascina dei Conti del Roero: Hall D, Stand E3
Barbero Stefano: Hall 10, Stand N2
Battaglino Fabrizio: Hall 10, Stand C2-14.1
Bordon Giuseppe: Hall 10, Stand D3-13.5
Calorio Andrea: Hall 10, Stand D3-9.4
Marchesi di Barolo: Hall 5, Stand D1
Careglio Pierangelo: Hall 10, Stand G4-16.3
Careglio Valdinera: Hall 10, Stand H4-15.1
Fontanafredda: Hall 10, Strand P3
Cascina Ca’Rossa: Hall 10, Stand G1
Casinca del Pozzo: Hall 10, Stand D3-9.8
Cascina Chicco: Hall 10, Stand M2
Casinca Val Del Prete: Hall 10, Stand G1
Poderi Vaiot di Franco Casetta: Hall 10, Stand E4-17.3
Chiesa Carlo: Hall 10, Stand D3-9.7
Cornarea: Hall 10, Stand Q2
Nino Costa: Hall 10, Stand E3-12.9
Cravanzola-Bricco del Conte: Hall 10, Stand Q1
Delpero di Manuele: Hall 10, Stand O2
Deltetto: Hall 10, Stand N2
DeMarie: Hall 10, Stand C3-14.4
Dogliotti: Hall 10, Stand M2
Dosio Vignetti: Hall 10, Stand H3-6.10
Fenocchio Giacomo: Hall 10, Stand G1
Franco Casetta: Hall 10, Stand E4-17.3
Gallino Filippo: Hall 10, Stand O2
Generaj: Hall 10, Stand N2
Giacomo Vico: Hall 10, Stand Q2
Grimaldi Giacomo: Hall 10, L2
Malabaila: Hall 10, Stand F2
Malvira: Hall 10, Stand E2
Marco Porello: Hall 7, Stand B4-B5-B6
Marsaglia: Hall 10, Stand N3
Massucco: Hall 10, Stand P3
Matteo Correggia: Hall 10, Stand E2
Monchiero Carbone: Hall 7, Stand D11
Montaribaldi: Hall 10, Stand H2
Negro Angelo e Figli: Hall 10, Stand L3
Nota Giuliano: Hall 10, Stand G4-16.1
Pace: Hall 10, Stand E3-13.9
Pelassa: Hall 10, Stand E4-17.1
Pescaja: Hall 10, Stand O2
Poderi Moretti: Hall 10, Stand G3-7.4
Ponchiero Maurizio: Hall 10, Stand H2
Produttori di Govone: Hall 10, Stand N3
Rabino Andrea: Hall 10, Stand G1
Rosoretto: Hall 10, Stand D3-13.6
Taliano Michele: Hall 10, Stand H2
Tenuta Carretta: Hall 10, Stand R4
Tibaldi: Hall 10, Stand C3-5.7
Viglione Antonio: Hall 10, Stand D3-8.6
We look forward to raising a glass with you!
The Consorzio of Roero celebrates its favorite white grape all August long
This August, the Consorzio of Roero is challenging New York City wine drinkers to put down the rosé and reach for something new: Roero Arneis, a high-quality, crisp, mineral white wine unique to the region.
The Consorzio is celebrating accounts in NYC that pour Roero Arneis by the glass or bottle through Labor Day.
To participate, customers are asked to visit our list of suggested locatiosn and post a picture on Instagram and/or Twitter using hashtag #ArneisforSummerDays. Each post will be entered to wine a $100 gift card to select locations. Winners will be announced periodically.
“We are excited to celebrate our Roero Arneis,” said Francesco Monchiero of Monichiero Carbone and President of the Roero Consorzio, “this promotion will encourage wine drinkers across NYC to put down the rosé and Pinot Grigio and pour themselves something much better.”
Details of suggested locations, food pairing ideas, and more can be found at winesofroero.com/upgrade-your-summer.
Boasting slight more than 50 hectares total – including 22.14 of Roero Arneis and 5.73 of Nebbiolo – Montaldo Roero is one of the regions with the least vines planted in the Roero.
Much of the region is made up of light and loose soils with an 80% sand content which is perfect for the production of Roero Arneis, but the areas toward the center of the region have a higher concentration on calcareous soils with gray-blue loam and a higher content of the clay for well-structured and complex wines.
- Nada Roberto
- Occhetti Domenico
- Onofrio Francesco
- Brea Lorenzo e Giovanni
- Pars Giuseppe
Conversely, Monteu Roero is only of the most important regions in Roero with 70.62 hectares of Roero Arneis and 17.26 hectares of Nebbiolo making the production of Roero wine over half of the total vine plantings.
The territory extends from the Rocche all the way to the central part of the Roero, with varying types of soils.
Below the Roche, the soils are concentrated in sand with almost no cancerous content perfect for making Roero Arneis or an elegant and light style of the Roero rosso.
Towards Vezza d’Alba and Canale arises a bluish-gray loam slate found throughout spots in the area, more calcareous and with a clay component greater than 20%, ideal for the making of complex and well-structured Roero wines with a potential for aging.
- Bertero Michele
- Bertorello Giovanni
- Bordone Gino
- Bordone Piero Carlo
- Brezzo S.S.
- Buratto Lorenzo
- Gallarato Giuseppe
- Minasso Giacomo
- Oggero Norchi Michele
- Sandri Fulvio
- Sandri Giuseppe
- Sandri Guglielmo
- Sandri Nicolino
- Schellino Maria
- Sandri Roberto
- Bordone Gian Paolo
- Cascina Lanzaarotti
- Cascina Pellerino
- Fassino Giuseppe
- Negro Angelo e Figli
- Negro Lorenzo
- Poderi Moretti
- Sandri Daniele
- Viglione Anonio
- Violate Tiziana
New York City discovered Piedmont’s Real Roero Tuesday, May 17th with the wines from nearly 20 producers and an in-depth seminar led by Jeffrey Porter, Beverage Director of the B & B Hospitality Group and Tom Hyland, Author of the upcoming book The Wines & Foods of Piedmont with guest speakers Lucrezia Malabaila of Cantina Malabaila and Carlo Deltetto of Deltetto Winery.
The standing-room-only seminar was packed with journalists and sommeliers from some of New York’s top outlets all eager to learn more about the Roero and its Arneis and Nebbiolo wines.
The feedback from the attendees was incredible. Many commented that this was the first time they had ever had the opportunity to have so many of these wines side-by-side and that they learned so much from the tasting.
We are so excited to have brought this great event to New York City!
Check out the photos for more: Discover Piedmont’s Real Roero.
Join us May 17th for a taste of Roero, Roero Riserva, Roero Arneis and Roero Arneis Spumante and discover Piedmont like you never have before!
We are proud to present the first-ever large-scale Roero tasting in the US featuring nearly 20 producers and hundreds of bottles of wine.
Sign up today here.
Interested to learn more? Join us for the seminar portion in the morning. Request a seat here.
Qualified trade & press only. Credentials required at the door.
See you soon!