Piedmont is world-renowned for its full-bodied, age-worthy Barolos but it also produces some of Italy’s finest whites. Gavi is often considered Italy’s purest, most elegant white and the best can indeed rival those of Chablis with their crisp, steely minerality.
Records show the vineyards at Villa Broglia date back to AD 972! Originally called La Meirana, the property was purchased by Bruno Broglia in 1972
This cuvee comes from hand-harvested Cortese grapes from within the superior Gavi di Gavi region
Decanter awarded the 2015 vintage 90 points, describing it as “a step above its peers” and praising its “creamy and complex palate with almond intensity”
Tasting note:A floral aroma of cherry blossom and almonds is followed by a refreshing lemony palate. Enjoy with fish dishes and white meats.