Gaja Chardonnay Rossj Bass 1988

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Bastianich & Lynch (Vino Italian Buying Guide): The gold standard of Italian wine. Eagle-eyed Angelo Gaja has been an...

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A Nebbiolo wine from Piedmont in Italy. 1988 Gaja, Angelo Sori Tildin 750ml Read more

Among the three single vineyard Barbarescos, the most aromatic and complex is the 1988 Sori San Lorenzo. This intense wine offers up a bouquet of s... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
10/16/2009

A Nebbiolo wine from Piedmont in Italy. 1988 Gaja, Angelo Sori Tildin 750ml


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/20/2009

Among the three single vineyard Barbarescos, the most aromatic and complex is the 1988 Sori San Lorenzo. This intense wine offers up a bouquet of spices, vanillin, herbs, cedar, and red and black fru... Robert Parker. A Nebbiolo wine from Piedmont in Italy. 1988 Gaja, Angelo Sori San Lorenzo 750ml


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Winemaker's Notes:

Bastianich & Lynch (Vino Italian Buying Guide): The gold standard of Italian wine. Eagle-eyed Angelo Gaja has been an outspoken innovator since he took over his family estate in the 1960s. He is credited with the 'modernization' of Barbaresco, having been one of the first in Piemont to embrace controlled-temperature fermentation (to reduce oxidation) and small-oak aging (to stabilize color and preserve fruit). The power, elegance, and, above all, longevity of Gaja Barbaresco is practically unrivaled in Italy; his wines from great older vintages like '64 and '71 remain vibrant and clean, and, needless to say, more recent years have followed suit. Intensely perfumed Barbaresco is Gaja's signature... (2008)

Bastianich & Lynch (Vino Italian Buying Guide): The gold standard of Italian wine. Eagle-eyed Angelo Gaja has been an outspoken innovator since he took over his family estate in the 1960s. He is credited with the 'modernization' of Barbaresco, having been one of the first in Piemont to embrace controlled-temperature fermentation (to reduce oxidation) and small-oak aging (to stabilize color and preserve fruit). The power, elegance, and, above all, longevity of Gaja Barbaresco is practically unrivaled in Italy; his wines from great older vintages like '64 and '71 remain vibrant and clean, and, needless to say, more recent years have followed suit. Intensely perfumed Barbaresco is Gaja's signature... (2008)

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