Wine Bruno Broglia Gavi DOCG del Comune di Gavi, 2009
Straw yellow with greenish hues.
The taste of wine is balanced, with subtle hints of apricot and juicy acidity.
Fragrant bouquet of the wine is very stable, with rich fruit and herbal nuances, shades of melon and minerals.
The wine will go well with succulent fish, white meat, eggs, cream cheese, soups, shellfish, gourmet cuisine.
Bruno Broglia Gavi DOCG, named after the company's founder, Bruno Broglie, is the best wine Tenuta La Meirana. It is made from grapes harvested from old vines, planted in 1953 by Bruno and 1955 in the vineyard with southern exposure in the Commune di Gavi. Grapes is rich in texture and acidity, the wine from it retains the flavor and freshness over the years. The average yield of old vines from 30 to 40 hectoliters per hectare. Grapes are carefully harvested in small boxes to prevent damage to the crop. Fermentation fault occurs in stainless steel tanks under controlled temperature, after which the wine is kept in steel containers for at least 6 months.
Vineyards Mairan area were already known in 971, as evidenced by a document stored in the state archives in Genoa. Company Broglia Tenuta La Meirana was founded by Bruno Brawley, but fame and glory she achieved this thanks to the enthusiasm and efforts of his son, the current owner - Pietro Brawley. Pietro - very energetic and well-known people in Italy. In 1994 he was elected to the Italian Parliament as a member of the Committee of Agriculture, he is also president of Consorzio di Tutela del Gavi, he was the first in Italy has developed an inventory of Gavi vineyards. Pietro Brawley often likes to say that "wine - this is the magic of the earth, the work of man, the sun and wind. The wine is not made, it is created." About Wine Pietro Brawley really can say so! They are created with great love and respect. At its vineyards, covering an area of 100 hectares, and the winery Pietro conducts numerous studies in collaboration with the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Turin and the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Milan. As a result of one of these research works have been selected and certified three new clones that were planted in 2008 on a new vineyard near the winery. Along with new areas, Brawley carefully preserves the vineyards planted by his father in 1953 and 1955. Wines Broglia Tenuta La Meirana present in many important public events in Italy and is actively exported to the world market.