Review: 2019 Cameron Hughes Lot 752 Gavi DOCG
This indie bottling of Gavi, made from the Cortese grape, has a number of threads to pull at: fresh linen dusted with lavender, lemon curd, and fresh underbrush, all in a swirl. When drinking solo, it doesn’t come together perfectly, a bit too tart and a bit too perfumed on the finish — with some under-ripe guava notes lingering — but as a dinnertime companion it’s a solid enough pick.
B+ / $15 / chwine.com
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