ANGELO GAJA Sito Moresco 2021

Kód: V1131
Značka: Angelo Gaja
1 761 Kč / ks 2 348 Kč / 1 l
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Vůně vyzařuje dostatek zralého ovoce, přecházejícího do pikantní balzamické noty.

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Vůně vyzařuje dostatek zralého ovoce, přecházejícího do pikantní balzamické noty. Elegantní hřejivá, pevná chuť s bohatostí drobného červeného ovoce v komplexním závěru.

Název je odvozen od jména původního majitele vinice Pajore pana Moresca – „sito Moresco – místo moreskovo“, které Angelo Gaja koupil v roce 1979.

Od ročníku 2020 je to kupáž odrůd  50% Nebbiolo, 50% Barbera

Většina hroznů pochází z vinice Pajore v Barbarescu a další ze Serralunga v Barolu.

Product Details

  • Grape Varieties: 50% Nebbiolo, 50% Barbera
  • Cultivation: conventional
  • Expansion: wooden barrel
  • Filtration: yes
  • Alcohol content: 14,00?% vol
  • Closure: natural cork
  • Serving temperature: 18-20?°C
  • Storage potential: 2035+
  • Allergens: contains sulphites

The ruby red Sito Moresco is Angelo Gaja's "everyday wine" and shows itself emphatically fresh and fruity and since the 2020 vintage consists only of Barbera and Nebbiolo from plots of the best Barolo and Barbaresco sites. The bouquet has aromas of ripe cherries and berries, underpinned by fine spicy notes. The rich taste spreads powerfully with densely woven tannins, mineral in the long final.

 

Facts

  • Year of foundation: 1961
  • Owner: Angelo Gaja
  • Oenologist: Guido Rivella
  • Annual production: approx. 350,000 bottles
  • Vineyard: approx. 92 hectares
  • Conventional cultivation

Angelo Gaja

He was a central figure in the establishment of Italian viticulture in the international world of top wines and is today, along with Marchese Antinori, probably the best known wine personality of the country: Angelo Gaja. The winemaker is also one of the world's most frequently awarded producers by renowned wine critics. Without losing sight of traditional values, the great expert, revolutionary and visionary never rested on his laurels in the rather conservative Piedmont, but developed economic and oenological methods uncompromisingly. Meanwhile Gajas wineries also extend over Tuscany. However, the headquarters of the fourth generation family business is still located in the famous wine village of Barbaresco. Angelo Gajas' phenomenal success story began with the production of Barbaresco in the Langhe region.

If you are interested in the wines Barolo, Brunello di Montalcino, Supertuscan and above all Barbaresco, you will always find the name of the celebrity - also under the name of „Angelo Nazionale“ economists and oenologists. Because nobody stands more for the upheaval in the Italian wine industry of the 1970s and 1980s than the first producer of modern cellar technology. It was Gaja, for example, who introduced the use of barriques and early malolactic fermentation in Piedmont. And with the 1996 harvest, the exceptional winemaker even voluntarily upgraded almost all his DOCG wines Barbaresco and Barolo to the lower level of DOC wines. „Langhe Nebbiolo“ in order to keep open the possibility of adding smaller proportions of international grape varieties to correct the acidity. Since the 2013 vintage, he has again committed himself to the DOCG Barbaresco for his site wines.

The much sought-after winemaker, who took over the estate from his father, then mayor of Barbaresco, in 1961 at the age of 21, and who was by no means only applauded for his sometimes courageous decisions, has now left the day-to-day business to his daughters Gaia and Rossana at the age of 70. However, Gaja attaches great importance to the fact that he is not yet retired.

The outstanding trademark of the Gaja winery is the Nebbiolo grape variety, native to Piedmont, which has gained decisive attention thanks to the exceptional winemaker. This special variety therefore occupies a very large part of the vineyards. However, the range is by no means limited to Nebbiolo wines, but consists of a great variety of other delicious creations. With the increasing success of the winery, the vineyard portfolio grew as well as the area under cultivation. Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc 

white varieties, have been introduced into the vineyards of the "King of Barbaresco" We've moved in. SUPERIORE.DE

"What other descriptions of one of the most famous wine companies in the world should be found that have not already been strained a hundred times? So let's stick to the facts: The Gaja plants are exemplary in their seductive brilliance and stylistic perfection. In their youth they overwhelm with opulence and generosity, but after a reasonable waiting time they reveal all their depth and complexity."GAMBERO ROSSO"

 

Doplňkové parametry

Kategorie: Italská vína
Záruka: 6
Značka: Angelo Gaja
Oblast původu: Piemonte
Barva vína: Červené víno
Odrůda: Nebbiolo, Barbera
Ročník: 2021
Klasifikace: Langhe DOP
Obsah alkoholu: 14 %
Obsah cukru: suché
Párování: samostatně, uzeniny, hovězí, zvěřina, jehněčí, bílé lanýže
Objem: 0,75 l
Země původu: Itálie

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Ikonické vinařství Gaja založil roku 1859 Giovanni Gaja. Světového uznání se mu dostalo až po převzetí podniku Angelem Gajou, který do rodinného podniku nastoupil roku 1961. Ukázal se jako velký inovátor, který se nebál inspirovat ve francouzském vinařství. Začíná pracovat s novými barikovými sudy a zavádí výrazná omezení výnosů. Svou prací vydobyl sobě i regionu Barbaresco světové uznání a stal se jednou ze světově nejznámějších vinařských ikon. Dnes vlastní výjimečné polohy v regionech Barolo a Barbaresco. Kromě toho založil dvě nová vinařství v Toskánsku. Pieve Santa Restituta v Montalcinu a Ca' Marcanda v Bolgheri. Nutno dodat, že v obou vyrábí vína té nejvyšší kvality, o který je ve světě nebývalý zájem. Nejnovějším projektem je pak nové vinařství Idda produkující vína z vulkanických svahů sicilské Etny.


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