The wine is named for the Gromis family, which owned the prized vineyard in the commune of La Morra throughout the 19...Read more...
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The wine is named for the Gromis family, which owned the prized vineyard in the commune of La Morra throughout the 19th century. The Gaja family now owns this vineyard and, together with an outstanding Gaja-owned vineyard in Serralunga, it provides the grapes for this wine. The soil of both vineyards is primarily calcareous clay and marl; altitudes range from 985 to 1475 feet above sea level; exposures are south-east and south-west.
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