Malvirà makes a number of wines from its 104 acres of vines, both red and white, but its specialty is Arneis. They devote 42 acres to the grape; in addition to its classico label, there are three vineyard-designated Arneis bottlings: Renesio, Saglietto and Trinità. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson reports.
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