Montferrat

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Mont·fer·rat

 (mŏnt-fə-rät′)
A historical region of northwest Italy south of the Po River. Claimed by a noble family of Mantua and the house of Savoy after 1612, it was finally awarded to Savoy by the Peace of Utrecht (1713).
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The meal will begin with mixed antipasti including mini bruschetta and seafood, which will be washed down with the light, aromatic white wine, Cortese alto Monferrato.
Gavi is created in the Alto Monferrato of the Alessandria province in Italy.