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Cortese Based Wines (wines made primarily form the Cortese wine grape)

Cortese is a white wine grape primarily from the Piedmont region of Italy. It is the primary grape variety used in wines from Gavi.

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Reg. $14.99

Lemongrass, orange essence, and a lingering lemon finish.Gavi di Gavi Vigne di San Martino is a light-bodied and refreshing alternative to your standard Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio. This Italian white is brighter, and more supple, when compared  click for more details
Sku: P10335


Reg. $16.99

One of the first and oldest producers of Gavi, La Scolca is a benchmark example of the wine. The Soldati family have been making Gavi in the Commune of Gavi, in Piedmont, since 1919, using 100 percent Cortese grapes. They actually rescued the grape ... click for more details
Sku: 033190


Reg. $15.49

As spring really, really approaches (I think it's the real thing this time, we've had a lot of false starts this year), the Gavi di Gavi Il Poggio di Gavi 2012 is one of the first wines I'll be reaching for. Gavi, along with Soave, Orvieto, and ... click for more details
Sku: P57222


Reg. $18.99

Colour: pale straw-yellow with splendid greenish reflections Aroma: intense, delicate and persistent with hints of linden blossoms and the crust of freshly baked bread Taste: ample, fruity and fragrant The wine shows citrus and mineral aromas and  click for more details
Sku: P63086


Reg. $14.99

  Sku: 041497


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