La Raia Gavi 2012 (6 x 750mL), Veneto, Italy.

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$149.40 per pack
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Grapes are hand picked around mid-September and, after careful selection, they are destemmed. In this way grapes only arrive in the wine press for a delicate pressing. After the natural decantation, must is put in stainless steel tanks to avoid microbiological alteration which could compromise the wine quality. The alcoholic fermentation lasts 15/20 days and takes place at the controlled temperature of 18° C. The wine is left on the lees for about 3/4 months; it is then cold stabilized, before being bottled in March. This method helps to obtain a fresh, ready to drink wine.

ITA - Veneto

Winery Tasting Notes


Straw yellow, with greenish hints.


The nose offers a particularly fine mineral feeling and notes of fruit and white flowers.


Mouthfeel is lively, balanced, with a fresh acidity, which increases its persi- stence and favours its drinkability. A slightly almondish finish.

Food Matching

Excellent as aperitif, and as accompaniment of hors d’oeuvres and of fish and vegetable-first courses. It is the perfect match also for seafood, white meat and fresh young cheese. Best served: Between 11° and 13° C.


If stored in a cool dry place, and in the dark, at 10°/18° C, bottles keep unal- tered for 3/4 years.

ITA - Veneto
Grape Style
Other White Varietals
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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La Raia is a family run estate in Piemonte, Italy. In the heart of the hills of Gavi, we produce two kinds of Gavi D.O.C.G. Classic Gavi and Gavi Pisé (left on lees for 12 months), and two kinds of Barbera, Piemonte Barbera and Barbera Largé (aged in barrique for 18 months and suitable for cellaring).

In 2003 Giorgio Rossi Cairo bought the La Raia, Cascina del Melo and Cascina Bergaglio estates creating a single 130 hectares estate. La Raia now comprises 25 hectares of vineyard, 55 of fields and 30 of original oak, chestnut, elderflower and acacia woodland.

Today La Raia is managed by Caterina Rossi Cairo and Tom Dean who live there with their toddlers, Matthias, Elena and Arianna.

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