Broglia / Gavi Il Doge / 750mL
La Meirana was purchased in 1972 by Grand Officer Bruno Broglia, a textile entrepreneur, from Count Edilio Raggio. Prior to purchasing La Meirana, Bruno Broglia had renovated a villa in Gavi as a holiday home in the countryside. The works had been commissioned to the best architects of the time. Gigi Vietti managed the interiors, precisely in those years when he was designing what would later become Costa Smeralda; Pietro Porcinai, internationally acclaimed landscape artist, designed the garden which faces onto the medieval town of Gavi, with a unique view over the territory, and a vineyard within the wall that gives its name to Gavi del comune di Gavi Villa Broglia. Having terminated the works on the house, work began on the grounds to make them suitable for vineyard growing and to improve the land.