Villa Broglia is an exceptional family estate, its wines sipped by diplomats, politicians, even popes. A 95 points, Gold and Trophy winner in 2017, the quality of this 2018 Gavi is equally fine. Savour its creamy fruit and piercing lemon freshness.
"Great Italian white. A stunning white, just the right balance of acidity and citrus flavours"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
Gavi is a buzz word among lovers of Italian whites, and the mineral, citrus crispness of Villa Broglia Gavi is exceptionally fine. Records show the estate’s Piedmont vineyards date from AD 972. Originally called La Meirana, the property was purchased by textile entrepreneur Bruno Broglia in 1972. His vineyards lie in the Classico part of the region, where the hand harvested Cortese vineyards enjoy ‘best of the best’ Gavi di Gavi status. The family’s wines regularly score 90 points or more, and Tre Bicchieri (top rating) from wine bible Gambero Rosso. Bruno’s sons Paolo and Piero are delighted with their 2018 harvest, giving a racy, dry, classic Gavi with pristine floral and fresh almond character. Enjoy with antipasti, fish or chicken.
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