The white grape that makes the dry and delicate Gavi (and by extension Gavi di Gavi), notable for a hint of citrus and green-apple acidity. Native to the Piedmont region, currently there aren't really any 'serious' plantings outside northern Italy. It typically produces wines that are pale lemon-white in colour, possess a fine fragrance and are minerally and dry on the palate. The best examples can show more body and develop an intense honeyed richness with medium term ageing.
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