This is the wild card in the Castello di Tassarolo range, their Gavi that has had no added sulphur during winemaking. This is always a risky manoeuvre, as sulphur is a natural preservative, so you never know quite what you`re going to get... in fact, this has a much more yeasty, leesy character than the more `classic` Tassarolo Gavis. It has a beery tang to it, a bitter finish that is quite like Hoegaarden. It may take a little getting used to, but is very interesting wine. (NT 31/08/17)
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- Piedmont, Piedmont & the northwest, Italy ITALY
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