Lot 752 | 2019 Piemonte
A delicious DOCG dry white wine from Italy's Piedmont region that Chablis and Pinot Gris/Grigio drinkers will love.
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Made from Cortese grapes (which date back to the 17th century), Gavi is a dry white wine awarded DOCG status in 1998.
Sourced from a top winery in the Langhe district of the Piedmont region in the Northwest of Italy, Lot 752 is made from select vineyards with exceptional sun exposure and soil, with the Cortese grapes hand-picked at the end of September and undergoing a soft press and fermentation at 15-16°C for ten days. Made in a style of production that has hardly changed since 1876, this wine is an Italian classic and represents a terrific value at this price.
Mild Fruit, Versatile Wine
Mild grapefruit, orange, and pear on the nose. Taste is also grapefruit and pear, with a hint of orange and lemon. Low acidity, with a pleasant tang to keep it from being too nondescript. On the finish, grapefruit fades to orange-lemon linger. Good for both sipping alone and drinking with food.
I love the Gavi from a few years back. This 752 had the crisp fruit notes and bold minerality I remember, but I was left wanting something more. It may just need a bit more time to reach its stride and I'm going to get a bottle of two and find out!
Peach and pear notes. Love this Gavi.
I prefer the 2018, but the strong peach notes and mineral finish were refreshing and would be great with seafood or a cheese plate.
Great, As Usual
I really enjoy a great gavi, and this one is extremely good, as all of the prior ones have been.
good Gavi at a good price
probably $5-7 better than my usual local wineshop Gavi but not quite as interesting. Still nice, and would add to my next order.
A quintessential Gavi, good nose, good taste, fine flow. Compares well to $20-25 Piedmontese branded Gavis. Recommended!
Very Good Value
Nice Gavi....better than others at $20 plus.
So, much tang! Overall, however, it did seem to be a good wine for afternoon drinking on a warm day. Wouldn't order it again, but enjoyed it.
Great With Fish
High minerality but the pear notes really come through. Have had better Gavi's that I like to drink without pairing but this one is much better with light food. Is great with fish.