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Conteisa Barolo 2017

Regular price 265,00 €
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353,33 €per l
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Nebbiolo 100%

Piedmont , Italy


Conteisa Barolo 2017

Angelo Gaja Barolo Conteisa

The Barolo Conteisa by Angelo Gaja comes from the top location Cerequio in La Morra.
This is the delicate and elegant Barolo from Gaja's portfolio. The wine inspires with its floral and expressive nature and is the perfect counterpart to the massive and masculine Barolo Sperss.


Land Italy
Region Piedmont
Rebsorten Nebbiolo 100%
Füllstand High Fill
Verschlußart cork stopper
Kennzeichnung Contains sulphites
Farbe Red
Abfüller/Erzeuger Angelo Gaja, Via Torino 5 - 12050 Barbaresco Italia
Charakter Dry
Servierempfehlung Decant at 16-18°C
Trinkempfehlung 2025 - 2050
Parker Punkte 95
Jahrgang 2017

Piedmont, Italy

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Angelo Gaja

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The family winery is now one of the best known in Italy and can look back on a centuries-old history. The success story of owner Angelo Gaja began in the 17th century when the family emigrated from Spain to Italy. In 1859, a member of the family, a grape producer in Barbaresco, laid the foundation for the current company by opening a tavern, which also served their own wines. The wines were already so popular at the end of the 19th century that they were supplied to the Italian army, among others. Already in the second generation of the family, an unusually high value was placed on quality, with the aim of retaining a predominantly upscale clientele.

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Parker über Conteisa Barolo 2017

The Gaja 2017 Barolo Conteisa opes to an immediate sense of dimension and textural width that distinguishes this hot growing season. In this case, that additional volume and power are expertly contained and refined in this wine with fruit from the Cerequio vineyard of Barolo. Cerequio saw hail damage in 2016 and was more fortunate this year; however, the site generally remains quite protected from extreme weather conditions (compared to its adjacent vineyards). This wine excels most noticeably in terms of mouthfeel. The finish is silky and long and those more astringent 2017 tannins are gracefully absent here.