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TWO FANTASTIC ITALIAN WINES FOR NEARLY
HALF THE PRICE OF PREVIOUS VINTAGES

“With warmer weather on its way, it couldn’t be better timing for this
killer deal on the Deltetto Arneis and Langhe Nebbiolo. Not only are these two wines refreshing and delicious, we are offering them both at nearly half the price we have sold it at before. Previous vintages of the Deltetto Arneis single vineyard have sold for $18.99 (that’s 42% more than today’s offer) and previous vintages of the Deltetto Langhe Nebbiolo have sold for $19.99 (45% more). Don’t hesitate or you will likely miss out on this great deal!” Jim Knight, The Wine House
2015 Antonio Deltetto Arneis
"San Michele" Single Vineyard

Previous Vintage: $18.99
Now Only: $10.99

FROM THE PRODUCER

The Deltetto family has produced Arneis grapes since the 1970’s. The ‘San Michele” was one of the first Roero Arneis produced and has always been and remains today the winery’s most important still white wine.

Varietal: 100% Arneis
Aging: Oak and steel with continued aging in bottle.
Tasting Notes: Straw yellow color, bouquet of exotic fruit, apples and vanilla that make this wine elegant and perfect for ageing.

2014 Antonio Deltetto
Langhe Nebbiolo

Previous Vintage: $19.99
Now Only: $10.99

FROM THE PRODUCER

Varietal: 100% Nebbiolo
Aging: Oak casks with further aging in bottle.
Tasting Notes: I
ntense ruby red color, bouquet of blackberries and raspberries and great fresh tannins.
FROM THE IMPORTER

As you drive up from La Morra or Alba you inevitably come upon the Winery Deltetto. The family Deltetto and this truly magical district of Piedmont go hand in hand. In the region they are respected not only for the quality of their Spumanti, Italy's finest, but also what they stand for: tradition and dedication to their beloved Roero region. Antonio's father, Carlo, began his quest after World War II as Italy was reemerging. In fact, he was a fruit farmer at the time; his peaches and pears were highly sought after in the local markets. However, his desire to pursue grape growing was stronger, moving him to ask local elders about the sites in Roero that made the best wine before the great wars which so disrupted the region. For Carlo it was the indigenous grapes of his home—Arneis, Nebbiolo, Pinonero and Barbera—that he wanted to rise up; so he listened, studied and walked the region. The result was the kernel of the Deltetto family holdings: the finest vines in Santo Stefano Roero, Canale and Castellinaldo.

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