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    *3W* 2022 Castello di Tassarolo "Marchesi Spinola" Gavi (Piedmont, IT)


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes

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    *3W* 2022 Castello di Tassarolo "Marchesi Spinola" Gavi (Piedmont, IT)

    Need a crisp, minerally white wine to pair with rich pasta dishes or rotisserie chicken? Look no further! This delightful Gavi shows a classic, saline minerality, complemented with lemon zest. The long and impressive finish will keep you coming back sip after sip.

    About The Varietal


    Cortese is a white grape variety best recognized for its role in producing the vibrant, lime-scented wines of Gavi. This grape is distinguished by its invigorating acidity and its capacity to maintain its freshness even in warm climates. Cortese wines often feature flavors of apple, peach, and honeydew, complemented by hints of lime, almond, and subtle herbal or grassy notes in their aromas.

    About The Producer

    Castello di Tassarolo

    Castello di Tassarolo wines have held Organic and Biodynamic certifications since 2007, and they proudly adhere to vegan practices during vinification, avoiding the use of animal products. Additionally, certain wines in their collection are crafted without the addition of sulphites. Demonstrating balance and elegance, these wines offer a clean and natural olfactory and gustatory experience, earning accolades in various guides for their exceptional quality. The collection has garnered numerous awards and featured articles, each wine's recognition detailed under its respective profile.


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes