Poggio alle Gazze

- Toscana

Poggio alle Gazze
Poggio alle Gazze

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The white Poggio alle Gazze Toscana IGT Ornellaia is the result of a careful processing process that starts with Sauvignon blanc, Viogner and Vermentino grapes and continues with a scrupulous refinement aimed at enhancing the varietal characteristics of the fruit. The result is a delicate and fragrant sip, particularly suitable to accompany fish, cold cuts, white meats, battered vegetables and medium mature cheeses. 

Poggio alle Gazze Ornellaia price

33,77 €

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Data sheet

NamePoggio alle Gazze
ProducerOrnellaia
Vintage2017
ClassificationToscana IGT
RegionToscana
AreaCastagneto Carducci (LI)
Grape VarietySauvignon blanc, Viogner, Vermentino
Alcohol13,5%
SizeStandard (75 cl)
Serving temperature10 - 12°C
PairingPesce, affettati di salumi, carne bianche, verdure in pastella, formaggi di media stagionatura

More info

Poggio alle Gazze is a white wine from Ornellaia that releases the typical nuances of Sauvignon, especially in its ripe bouquet of grapefruit, passion fruit and white peach.

It is a great classic to accompany various courses in an elegant and harmonious way: steamed fish starters, sea bass, seafood risotto, cold cuts and salami, white meats, battered vegetables and medium-aged cheeses.

Straw yellow in colour, Poggio alle Gazze declares its potential to the eye, then suggests all its richness to the palate through notes of ripe yellow fruit and honey and the support of a well-balanced acidic texture. In the finish there are aromas of white flowers and fresh almonds. To be enjoyed at a serving temperature of 10 °C.

Poggio alle Gazze is another label from the Ornellaia estate to which experts and guides in the sector have given great merit, such as Wine Spectator which gave it a score of 97/100 and the Guida Duemilavini Ais 5 grappoli.

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