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☀ Tenuta "La Meirana" nel cuore di Gavi

Gavi, Piedmont, Italy
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La Meirana, located in the heart of the 100-hectare estate and surrounded by the beautiful Gavi vineyards, is a typical Montferrat farmhouse where peasant families once lived. Nowadays this farmstead gives its name to the wine estate owned by the Broglia family for over half a century. This is where one of the best Gavi docg of the Gavi municipality is produced. The building has been enlarged and renovated according to the project of the famous architect Luigi Vietti.

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Inside the La Meirana estate you will find a warm and welcoming country house (130 sq m). There are two double bedrooms, one bedroom with two single beds, a spacious living room, a large kitchen equipped with everything you may need for cooking, and two bathrooms (one is with a bathtub, another one has a shower). You will also have a BBQ at your disposal, you can use it on sunny days to fully enjoy the vast green garden that surrounds the entire house.

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Breakfast is available for a supplement of €5 per person.
La Meirana, located in the heart of the 100-hectare estate and surrounded by the beautiful Gavi vineyards, is a typical Montferrat farmhouse where peasant families once lived. Nowadays this farmstead gives its name to the wine estate owned by the Broglia family for over half a century. This is where one of the best Gavi docg of the Gavi municipality is produced. The building has been enlarged and renovated according… funda okungakumbi

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Gavi, Piedmont, Italy

The area of Gavi is tied to the whole tradition of the Piedmontese viticulture. Thanks to the high total acidity of its grapes, this vine has always been used as the raw material for the production of the most important blanc de blancs of the region. The estate is situated 2km from the medieval town of Gavi in the most beautiful and prestigious area of the denomination. The most fascinating historic villas of the important Genoese aristocratic families are located here. Apart from its beauty and charm, this territory offers many sporting, cultural and leisure activities such as a tour to the Fort and to the historical palaces of Gavi, 3 golf courses a few kilometres away, equestrian centers, hunting reserves and the Serravalle outlet, where you can find the most important fashion brands and taste some typical local dishes in various restaurants.
The area of Gavi is tied to the whole tradition of the Piedmontese viticulture. Thanks to the high total acidity of its grapes, this vine has always been used as the raw material for the production of the most…

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Bruno Broglia, prima di acquistare La Meirana, aveva ristrutturato una villa in Gavi per la villeggiatura in campagna. I lavori erano stati commissionati ai migliori architetti dell’epoca: Luigi Vietti si occupò degli interni, mentre proprio in quegli anni progettava quella che sarebbe diventata la Costa Smeralda; Pietro Porcinai, paesaggista di fama internazionale, realizzò il giardino che si affaccia sul borgo medievale di Gavi, con una vista unica nel territorio, e con un vigneto dentro la cinta che dà il nome al Gavi del comune di Gavi Villa Broglia. Terminati i lavori della casa iniziarono le opere di sistemazione dei terreni de La Meirana per i nuovi impianti di vigneti e per le migliorie. Nel 1974 la proprietà fu data in affitto al figlio Piero e nello stesso anno venne concessa la doc Gavi ed imbottigliato il primo vino a marchio Broglia. Dopo la scomparsa di Bruno Broglia fu costruita, nel 1983, la nuova cantina su progetto di Vietti ed ampliati i terreni coltivati a vigneto. Iniziò subito la collaborazione con il Professor Lanati, membro dell’Oiv, e con la consulenza del Professor Eynard si mantenne il sistema di impianto tradizionale a Guyot. Alla fine degli anni novanta il successo del Gavi nei mercati internazionali impose la necessità di raddoppiare gli spazi di cantina e di ultimare gli impianti di vigneto per arrivare agli attuali 65 ettari su 100 di proprietà. Oggi il millenario nome della Meirana è gestito dalla terza generazione della famiglia Broglia con Roberto e Filippo, figli di Piero che, da membro del Parlamento nella XII legislatura ha partecipato ai lavori della Commissione Agricoltura della Camera dei Deputati e ha svolto per due mandati il ruolo di Presidente del Consorzio di Tutela del Gavi e da Bruno, figlio di Paolo che, oltre a essersi occupato dell’attività tessile,ha sempre seguito lo sviluppo della Meirana. ---------- -------- Before purchasing La Meirana, Bruno Broglia had renovated a villa in Gavi for using it as a holiday home. The best architects of the period were commissioned to execute the renovation; Luigi Vietti dealt with the interior design, whilst, at the same time being responsible for planning the Costa Smeralda area of Sardinia; Pietro Porcinai, a landscape architect of International fame, created the garden that faces towards the medieval village of Gavi, with a unique and spectacular view of the terrain, and a vineyard within the boundaries of the village thus giving to Villa Broglia the name Gavi – wine of the Gavi Commune. When the work on the house had been completed the preparation of the land of La Meirana for the new positioning and improvement of the vineyards began. In 1974 the ownership was passed in the form of a lease to Bruno’s son Piero and in that same year the Gavi doc was granted and the first wine was bottled. Following the passing of Bruno Broglia in 1983, the vineyard’s area of cultivation was extended and a project, once again aided by Vietti saw the construction of a new wine cellar. In this same period in collaboration with the renowned Professor Lanati, esteemed member of O.I.V and also with the consultation of Professor Eynard the traditional Guyot system of planting was maintained. In the late ‘90s the success of Gavi in the International markets created the necessity to double the space of the wine cellar and to complete the planting of the vineyard increasing the capacity to 65 hectares of the 100 hectare property. Today the one thousand – year old named La Meirana estate is managed by the third generation of the Broglia family: Roberto and Filippo, the two sons of Piero, (who as a member of Parliament in the XII legislature has participated in the activities of the Committee of Agriculture, the Chamber of Deputies and has developed two mandates in the role of President of the Consortium of Guardianship of Gavi) and Bruno, the son of Paolo (who in addition to being very busy with textile industry, has always followed the development of La Meirana). ---------- -------- Прежде чем приобрести La Meirana, Бруно Бролья отреставрировал виллу в Гави для отдыха на природе. Были привлечены лучшие архитекторы того времени: Луиджи Вьетти отвечал за интерьеры, в то же самое время он разрабатывал проект для Сардинии, который впоследствии станет известен как Costa Smeralda. Пьетро Порчинай, всемирно известный дизайнер ландшафтов, создал сад с видом на средневековый городок Гави и восхитительную панораму, с виноградником в пределах городка, таким образом, Вилла Бролья приобрела название Gavi -вино из муниципалитета Гави. Когда работы над домом завершились, началась подготовка земельных угодий La Meirana для улучшения виноградников. В 1974 году собственность перешла в форме аренды к сыну Бруно – Пьеро, в этом же году был присвоен статус качества Gavi doc и выпущена первая бутылка под брендом Broglia. После смерти Бруно Бролья, в 1983 году по проекту Вьетти был построен новый винный погреб, а также были увеличены виноградные насаждения. В этот же период, в сотрудничестве с известным профессором Ланати, членом O.I.V, и при консультациях профессора Эйнарда, была сохранена традиционная система культивации Guyot. В конце 90-х успех Gavi на международных рынках обусловил необходимость в два раза увеличить погреб и завершить строительство виноградников, достигнув нынешних 65 гектаров из 100 гектаров владений. Сегодня поместьем La Meirana управляет третье поколение семьи Бролья в лице Роберто, Филиппо и Бруно. Первые два являются сыновьями Пьеро, который в качестве члена Парламента XII законодательного собрания принимал участие в работе Комиссии по сельскому хозяйству Палаты депутатов, а также на протяжении двух мандатов исполнял роль Президента Консорциума по защите Гави. Бруно же – сын Паоло, который помимо работы в текстильном бизнесе, всегда занимался развитием La Meirana.
Bruno Broglia, prima di acquistare La Meirana, aveva ristrutturato una villa in Gavi per la villeggiatura in campagna. I lavori erano stati commissionati ai migliori architetti del…
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We remain fully available for our guests in case of any need or request. At your arrival you will meet Fabrizio, a wine maker of the winery, who will hand you the keys and provide you with some useful tips for your stay. Please, don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, doubts or curiosity during your stay, we will be glad to help you!
We remain fully available for our guests in case of any need or request. At your arrival you will meet Fabrizio, a wine maker of the winery, who will hand you the keys and provide…
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