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La Battistina GAVI di GAVI Nuovo Quadro 2019

La Battistina GAVI di GAVI Nuovo Quadro
Category: Wine > White Wine
Alcohol: 12.0%
Unit Size: 75.0 cl
Sweetness: 2 - Dry
Maturity: Ready to drink
Grapes: Cortese
Retail: £14.99
Stock: In Stock
Martinez Ref: ITALYW036

Tasting Note

This wine comes from Nuovo Quadro, a single vineyard site with chalky mineral soils, at the foot of the Battistina hill. Winemaking takes place at Araldica's La Battistina winery. The Cortese grapes are typically hand-harvested in mid-September, and the freshly picked grapes are gently crushed before undergoing temperature controlled fermentation in small volume stainless steel tanks. The wine remains in contact with the lees for up to 6 months before being fined, filtered and bottled.