Coppo, Gavi, La Rocca
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    100% Cortese

    Monterotondo di Gavi area in chalky soils

    13%

    Soft pressing and fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature, fresh and fruity with evident mineral notes.

    The ideal wine with spaghetti vongole or fried fishes

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    The historical underground wine cellars of Coppo are a UNESCO World Heritage site: a prestigious recognition that fills Coppo with pride. They are part of the network of Underground Cathedrals, a temple of wine dedicated to its history and the hard work of man.

    The Coppo family vineyard is one of the jewels of the region. Wine lovers from New York to Tokyo fete the great wines of the Piedmont region from Barolo, Barbaresco and the Barbera from Coppo.
    The Coppo family history intertwines with the development of the city of Canelli, which in the early nineteenth century had already established itself as the capital of Italy’s famous sweet sparkling wine - Moscato (Muscat).

    In the early 1980’s, the Coppo family embraced the cultivation of the Barbera, the other native grape of the region. Today the four brothers - Gianni, Roberto, Piero and Paulo, who split their efforts between the viticulture, the winemaking, the national market and the export market, run the vineyard.

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    Coppo, Gavi, La Rocca

    100% Cortese

    Monterotondo di Gavi area in chalky soils

    13%

    Soft pressing and fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature, fresh and fruity with evident mineral notes.

    The ideal wine with spaghetti vongole or fried fishes

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