Gaja Sperss Langhe 2008

Gaja Sperss Langhe 2008

Manufacturer Gaja

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Gaja Sperss 2008

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158,00 €

Grapes : Nebbiolo 94% e Barbera 6%
Vintage : 2008
Bottle : 75 cl  


The vineyard of Serralunga d'Alba, a village Marenca-Rivette, is owned by the Gaja family since 1988. In the wine is felt all the extraordinary purity of the terroir of Serralunga. A wine of great texture, austere, fruity component with excellent varietal character: black cherry, tar, licorice and a hint of truffle. In the mouth fullness of body, tight weave, great complexity. Very long-lived wine will give the best of themselves after a few years in the bottle. Appellation: Langhe Rosso DOC Alcohol 14,50% vol 6-7 months aging in oak barrels Appearance: Ruby red Nose: Great texture, austere, fruity component with excellent varietal character: black cherry, tar, a touch of truffle and liquorice. On the palate: The fullness of body, tight weave, great complexity. : 18-20 ° glass Grand Ballon. Uncork the bottle a few hours before pouring Match: Big game dishes and red meats, aged cheeses.

Typology Red
Vintage 2008
Region Piedmont
Size 75 cl
Main Vine Nebbiolo
Robert Parker 96/100
Wine Enthusiast 95/100
Wine Spectator 94/100
Antonio Galloni 96/100
Falstaff 95/100

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Gaja

Product by: Gaja

Gaja is an Italian wine producer from the Piemonte region in the district of Langhe, chiefly producing a number of Barbaresco and Barolo wines, and later diversified into Brunello and "Super-Tuscan" production. Its current owner and president Angelo Gaja is credited with developing techniques that have revolutionised winemaking in Italy,and terms such as "the undisputed king of Barbaresco", and "the man who dragged Piedmont into the modern world" have been applied to him, and whose Barbaresco wine is considered a status symbol on a par with Château Lafite-Rothschild or Krug.In 1937, Giovanni Gaja first put the name Gaja in big red letters on his bottles' labels. The firm progressed following World War II as Giovanni Gaja made a significant series of vineyard purchases in terms of scale and vineyard quality. Also cited as an important influence to the firm's early success is the mother of Giovanni Gaja, Clotilda Rey, who instilled the principles of working to achieve high quality to attract the desired clientele, and set high prices to manifest the prestige of the product.

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