La Doria Gavi DOCG 2020
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Cascina La Doria is located in the San Cristoforo municipality, two miles west of Gavi. Owned by the Martini family, Cascina La Doria is comprised of 25 estate owned hectares: 21 hectares of Cortese, 3 hectares of Merlot, and 1 hectare of Pinot Noir. La Doria Gavi is harvested from 100% estate owned vineyards that are located on the left bank of the Lemme river, a viticultural ecosystem with alluvial soils and a favorable microclimate. ... read more
Item ID: #43932
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Screw Cap
Alcohol by vol: 13%

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Cascina La Doria is located in the San Cristoforo municipality, two miles west of Gavi. Owned by the Martini family, Cascina La Doria is comprised of 25 estate owned hectares: 21 hectares of Cortese, 3 hectares of Merlot, and 1 hectare of Pinot Noir. La Doria Gavi is harvested from 100% estate owned vineyards that are located on the left bank of the Lemme river, a viticultural ecosystem with alluvial soils and a favorable microclimate. The unique location allows for the prooduction of a Gavi DOCG of constant quality and intense aromas.

Bright straw yellow in color. Aromas of white flowers, apples and citrus fruits. Its taste is fresh and dry, but soft, with good persistence.

La Doria Gavi can be served as an aperitif, but it also pairs well with fish dishes, soups, risottos, raw meats, and salads.

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La DoriaCascina la Doria is located in the San Cristoforo municipality right next to the village of Gavi on the left bank of the Lemme river. The river creates a viticultural ecosystem and a favorable microclimate, that allow for a Gavi of quality and intense perfumes.

Situated in the municipality of San Cristoforo, some 3 KM from the village of Gavi DOCG.

At La Doria there is no routine, every year is unique, requiring specific care and producing different grapes. Winemaking and farming methods change year by year, and depending on the climate different vineyards are to be selected for late harvesting.

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