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Angelo Gaja Promis 2004

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[95 pts Stephen Tanzer IWC] Powerful yet elegant nose shows more berries and minerals and less oak than the Sugarille; this is downright Musigny-like. Then silky suave and graceful on the palate with compelling inner-mouth floral perfume and a wonderfully pliant texture. If anything this wine is even more intense on the suavely tannic extremely long finish than in the middle as its underlying minerality gives it outstanding grip and finesse. This is made from a blend of sites while Sugarille is from a single vineyard but it was this wine that spun my head around when I tasted the two bottles side by side.

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The Gaja winery was founded in Piedmont, Italy by Giovanni Gaja in 1859. It has been passed down through five generations of the family (who came to Italy from Spain in the 18th century) now under the direction of his great grandson Angelo Gaja. The initial wines were Barbarescos (in the Barbaresco and Treiso districts), then Barolo (in Serralunga d’Alba and La Morra), and through the y... Read more
The Gaja winery was founded in Piedmont, Italy by Giovanni Gaja in 1859. It has been passed down through five generations of the family (who came to Italy from Spain in the 18th century) now under the direction of his great grandson Angelo Gaja. The initial wines were Barbarescos (in the Barbaresco and Treiso districts), then Barolo (in Serralunga d’Alba and La Morra), and through the years the wines have branched out into other styles and vineyard locations, with expansion into Tuscany in the mid 1990s. These began as expressions of Brunello di Montalcino. In 1996, they launched Ca’Marcanda, a Gaja Super Tuscan made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah. This highly successful venture in the Bolgheri of Maremma was intended with the Piedmontese understanding of the different terroirs and how they affect specific grapes, celebrating the best expressions of their environment. In addition to outstanding, world renown wines, Gaja also produces some top notch grappas.  Read less

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Snooth User: buddahsteen
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2.50 5
10/24/2007

An inexpensive Gaja. Fruity, decent finish


Snooth User: Adrenalize13
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4.00 5
12/25/2014

Pulled this out in a hurry for family Christmas dinner as I had tucked it away almost 10 years ago. Wonderful.



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[95 pts Stephen Tanzer IWC] Powerful yet elegant nose shows more berries and minerals and less oak than the Sugarille; this is downright Musigny-like. Then silky suave and graceful on the palate with compelling inner-mouth floral perfume and a wonderfully pliant texture. If anything this wine is even more intense on the suavely tannic extremely long finish than in the middle as its underlying minerality gives it outstanding grip and finesse. This is made from a blend of sites while Sugarille is from a single vineyard but it was this wine that spun my head around when I tasted the two bottles side by side.

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