One of the early success stories in the modern-day revival of
skin-macerated white wines, Bea’s beloved “Arboreus” originates
from exceedingly old Trebbiano vines in the village of Spoleto.
A striking instance of non-standard training, these ancient vines
wrap themselves around the trunks and branches of trees (hence
the wine’s name), growing and ripening high above the ground.
The wine's palate is chiseled, markedly tannic (though well-balanced), and driven by resonant acidity, with the marzipan and
apricot notes echoing strongly.