Super fresh, snappy, lip-smacking and almost sweet. Is there mass appeal written on this wine? You bet, what with sweetness interwoven into the pineapple, green apple and lime flavor profile. Even the finish has some layers and a band of complexity to accent otherwise pleasurable flavors.
This 100% Cortese wine has a slight fizz and an almost imperceptibly faint touch of sweetness. Hay and herb aromas open to grapy flavors accented by smoky notes. A crisp mouthfeel and classic Gavi almond, lime and smoke notes close this pleaser.
Wonderfully user-friendly white, balanced equally well to serve on its own or with food. Almond, citrus and white peach aromas and flavors, a plump, slightly custardy mouthfeel, and it finishes with a refreshing hint of citrus.
This sparkling Gavi from northern Italy offers loads of fresh citrus backed by stone fruit and spring flowers. It finishes with clean, zesty bubbling and a cheerful touch of acidity.
It took a few minutes to wake the Principessa up; but when she did, there were plenty of bright summer fruit aromas, which seemed to come rushing out as if to make up for lost time. It settled into a pleasant, rich, if not very precise wine with a short to medium finish that will work well with food.
Light and fresh with a cooling, crisp consistency, this luminous white wine would pair nicely with spicy Indian or Mexican appetizers. Aromas of white flower, stone fruit and sweet apricot appear on the close.
Fresh, crisp and clean, this is really what you should be looking for in an affordable, tasty bistro (oops, should we say trattoria) wine. A refreshing Cortese, with its lime and orange-rind flavor, and mild spritz; it does the job it’s supposed to: It makes basic foods like salads, grilled chicken and shrimp taste better.
Light in weight, but slightly oily in texture, this Gavi packs in the basics: apple, pear and citrus fruit and a hint of almonds. Dry and citrusy on the finish, making it a candidate for seafood or assorted hors d’oeuvres. Imported by Banfi Vintners.