Gavi Wine Piedmont, Italy

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          • Fontanafredda Gavi di Gavi 2021  Front Label
            Fontanafredda Gavi di Gavi 2021
            Cortese from Gavi, Piedmont, Italy
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          • Villa Sparina Gavi di Gavi 2021  Front Label
            Villa Sparina Gavi di Gavi 2021
            Cortese from Gavi, Piedmont, Italy
            • JS91
            4.2 10 Ratings
            19 99
          • La Scolca White Label Gavi 2021  Front Label
            La Scolca White Label Gavi 2021
            Cortese from Gavi, Piedmont, Italy
            • JS90
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          • Villa Sparina Monterotondo Gavi 2019  Front Label
            Villa Sparina Monterotondo Gavi 2019
            Cortese from Gavi, Piedmont, Italy
            • JS93
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          Learn about Gavi wine, common tasting notes, where the region is and more …

          Among Piedmont’s most historical and respected white wine producing zones, Gavi—also known as Gavi di Gavi and Cortese di Gavi—comes from Piedmont's southeast, in the province of Alessandria. Gavi is the main town of the area; Cortese is the grape. Cortese for Gavi is grown in any of 11 communes in the area where the soils are abundant in chalky, white, limestone-rich clay. The best Gavi from these locations are delicately floral, with stone fruit and citrus characters and a crisp, mineral-laden finish.

          While typically made in a fresh and unoaked style, by law Gavi can come in many forms: frizzante, spumante, metodo classico and méthode ancestrale. But most producers maintain a conventional winemaking practice of temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel and make fresh, still whites. However, there are several barrique-aged examples, which can be interesting. The biodynamic wines of Gavi, fermented with ambient yeasts can be the most expressive.

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