Monday, March 25, 2013

Gavi (Cortese di Gavi)


Gavi (Cortese di Gavi) is a light dry white from Piedmont, Italy. So, think easy drinking, think delicate, but think food-friendly. The prices I've seen range from about $10-$22. In New Hampshire I've only seen four or five brands or wineries to choose from, but I've not been disappointed.
This short list is to aide "Smart Phone" users as a review guide.

Banfi Principessa 2011 Gavi, $9.99-$12.99, 86 points

Bersano 2016 Gavi (DOCG), $8.49-$18.99, 90 points

Coppo La Rocca 2011 Gavi, $13.99-$16.99, 88 points

Fontanafredda Di Gavi 2016 Gavi (Gavi, Piedmont) DOCG, $13.59-$15.99, 90 points

Guido Natalino La Caplana Gavi (Piedmont, Italy) del Comune di Gavi DOCG, 2013 White wine (Cortese), $15.26-$16.95, 89 points

Gran Passione D.O.C.G. 2014 Gavi, $11.89-$13.99, 87 points

Marchesi di Barolo 2014 Gavi (DOCG), $12.74-$18.99, 85 points

Michele Chiarlo 2011 GAVI, $12.74-$14.99, 88 points

La Battistina 2009 GAVI, $14.39-$21.99, 90 points

Scagliola Terri 2011 Monferrato Bianco (94% Cortese, 6% Chardonnay), Calosso, Piedmont, Italy, $8,41-$12.99, 89 points


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