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Gaja Barbaresco double magnum 2017

Regular price 1.090,00 €
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363,33 €per l
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Nebbiolo 100%

Piedmont , Italy


Gaja Barbaresco double magnum 2017

Angelo Gaja Barbaresco

No other label reflects the identity of the Gaja family more beautifully than Barbaresco.
The historic wine is made from 14 different vineyards, each of which defines the characteristics of this timeless wine. Gaja's Barbaresco is accessible from an early age, yet born to age for decades.


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 2023 - 2045
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 Gaja Barbaresco double magnum 2017

The Gaja 2017 Barbaresco is nuanced and delicate with ever-expanding aromatic intensity that amply fills the balloon of your glass. The wine takes a little while to open fully, and it slowly releases forest berry, powdered licorice, toasted aniseed, spearmint, dried lavender and rosemary essence to build a lasting bouquet. The mouthfeel is streamlined and almost steely, with an extremely linear approach that adds to its length and persistence. The tannins are tucked into the wine's delicate fiber, but you do feel the extra textural firmness of the hot vintage nonetheless. As we have seen in past vintages, more definition is added by a pretty mineral note that is a common thread in these wines from Gaja. Production is 38,000 bottles.