Araldica La Luciana Gavi DOCG

£11.95
  • Araldica La Luciana Gavi DOCG
  • Araldica La Luciana Gavi DOCG

Araldica La Luciana Gavi DOCG

£11.95

AVAILABILITY: 7 in stock

Grape Cortese
Style Dry, White, Light Bodied, Fresh, Zesty, Citrus, Minerality
Country Italy
Region Piemonte
Volume 75cl
ABV 12.5%
Dietary Vegetarian, Vegan, Sustainable

 

Araldica La Luciana Gavi is a crisp, refreshing white wine with notes of zesty citrus and lightly floral characters. Expect hints of apple and pear, backed by fresh steely acidity and mineral characters, balanced by melon and stone fruit, plus a touch of fennel and spice. Perfect as an aperitif or with sausages and beans.

About the Producer

Araldica is Piemonte's most forward-thinking co-operative, situated in Castel Boglione, in the heart of Barbera d'Asti territory. Here they work with 230 grower members to source quality grapes from around 690ha of vineyards. Many of their members joined the co-operative in the 1950s and have a long and loyal relationship with the winery. They produce wines from Piemonte's main DOC / DOCG regions - predominantly Barbera, Gavi and Moscato, but also including Barolo, Barbaresco and Roero Arneis.

Founded in 1954 by Livio Manera, father of the current Managing Director and winemaker Claudio Manera, Araldica has developed over the past 60+ years to become a major winemaking force in Piemonte, supplying wines across the globe. Claudio's wife Lella heads up quality control at Araldica, where she is responsible for the blending and approval of all wines. Their son Carlo, also a qualified winemaker, is now part of the Araldica winemaking team.

Vineyard and Winery

Produced from Cortese grapes cultivated in vineyards on the Monferrato hills in the South of the province of Asti, Piemonte. The vineyards are southwest facing and situated at altitudes of between 250 and 400m. The Piemonte low Guyot trellis system is used for the vines, which grow in a limestone-clay soil. Planting density is 4000 to 4500 vines per hectare. Grapes are hand harvested in the last week of September. Temperature controlled fermentation takes place in stainless steel (16-18ºC) and the wine spends a couple of months on lees.

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