Principessa Gavia Gavi Vigne Regali 2010
Principessa Gavia Gavi Vigne Regali 2010 Wine Review
Clean and crisp, very pinot grigio. Lime and white grapefruit, no heavy oak. Great aperitif or shellfish companion. 4.4/5 Food pairings: lighter fish dishes.
This Principessa Gavia Gavi Vigne Regali 2010 was reviewed February 18, 2012 by Natalie MacLean
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|According to legend, all it took for Principessa Gavia, daughter of the King of the Franks, to have a village and a wine named after her was for her to fall in love with a soldier and flee to northwest Italy to escape the wrath of her father. We could all learn a thing or two from those bygone simpler days. Made from the local Cortese grape, this refreshing wine is a crisp offering of layered citrus fruit and peach, with a graceful white-floral character. A perfect aperitif. Source: Vintages Wine Panel|
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