Az. Agr. Demarie Giovanni di Demarie Aldo

Castellinaldo 16, 12040 Vezza d'Alba (CN)

Telephone +39 0173 65454
Fax +39 0173 65454

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand B51

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Piemont

Our products

Product category: Piemont

Roero Riserva DOCG

Roero is a small paradise made up of sandy dunes in yellow ochre clay tones covered with green vineyards, all of which combine to create a magical and enchanted landscape. The vineyard traditions in the Roero territory were the inspiration for this denomination and have their roots set deeply over time. Roero is made from pure Nebbiolo grapes, which reach their apex in Barolo and Barbaresco, and in Roero produce a rare fine and elegant wine which has experienced great success over only a few years time.

The vineyard from which it comes is the oldest vineyard of Nebbiolo grapes owned by the company, planted in 1946 by Giovanni Demarie along with his brother when the latter returned from the war. Giovanni, 20 years younger, has known its brother on his return. This vineyard, therefore, still tells the story of two brothers among them unknown and a return home after six years of war and captivity.

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Product category: Piemont

Barolo DOCG

The Barolo has been defined more times the king of the wines; noble and generous known in Italy and to the foreign countries for his austerity, wealth of tastes and of aromas.

Produced south-west of Alba, in a region with rolling hills, which are steeper in some areas, Barolo is a wine with singular and precious characteristics that are determined by the complex geological profile of the area. Today Barolo is the most esteemed Italian denomination, and the two castles of the Marchese of Barolo and Count Cavour, where it was created, are important oenological centers.

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Product category: Piemont

For You – Roero Arneis DOCG Spumante Extra Brut

“Metodo Classico” sparkling wine is produced from grapes Arneis. It stayed 20 – 30 months on the yeasts before “degorgement”. In the glass it shows a straw yellow colour with fine and persistent pérlage. Floral and fruity savours followed by fresh bread and yeast fragrance. The palate confirms the typical arneis pleasantness, dry, well structured, fine and intense. Served at 8° – 10° it is perfect as an aperitif, in combination with hors d’oeuvres and light dishes or in times of celebration.

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About us

Company details

Located on the left hand side of the Tanaro River, Roero is an area composed of 23 boroughs in the heart of the Piedmont region, halfway between Asti and Cuneo. Traditionally the fief of the Savoia Family, the area took on the name “Roero” after the noble family from Asti, a name that has remained one of the foremost throughout the history of the region since the Middle Ages.

A tiny paradise composed of hills and vineyards, with a landscape of contrasting steep rises and gentle slopes. Well-known for its sandy terroir, rich in sea fossil residue, Roero has a long history of traditional winemaking. On the slopes with the best exposure, the vines grown using the ancient system of guyot planting alternate with abundant fruit orchards. The dense hazel nut groves growing in the flatlands, green woods and the famous ochre-yellow stone give the Roero area a fascinating peaceful beauty that is unique.

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