2014 GAJA “SITO MORESCO” LANGHE NEBBIOLO
Sometimes taking risks pays off… Angelo Gaja took many risks when he chose to declassify his highly regarded Barolos and Barbarescos and simply label them Langhe, a lower tier classification. In doing so he gained the flexibility to produce the absolute best wines possible, without having to abide by any restrictions set by regional Italian Wine laws. Now, one of the most Iconic wine producers in the world, and considered by many to produce the best wines in Italy, Angelo is regarded as a pioneer in the way he produces wines. Always compelling and with deeply etched flavors and aromas that are both riveting, and complex, his wines wrap your taste buds in euphoric serenity and at $54.99/btl you’ll want as much of that feeling as you can fit in your cellar.
Merging Nebbiolo, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, the Sito Moresco is powerful, yet refined, detailing notes of red current, plum, pressed blackberry, mandarin orange peel, hints of pipe tobacco and leather. While Gaja’s top wines can fetch well over $500 per bottle, the Sito Moresco is a stunning value at $54.99.
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Wine Notes, “Clean and pure nose with aromas of white pepper, flowers, and wild herbs. Notes of red cherry and mulberry are sharp and pure, sustained by balanced acidity and juiciness. The tannins are silky and refreshing. The finish is long.”
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