GAJA Cremes Langhe Rosso
GAJA Cremes Langhe Rosso 2014
The Gaja family settled down in Piedmont in the mid-17th century.
Five generations have been involved in winemaking since Giovanni Gaja, in 1859, founded his winery in Barbaresco, in the heart of the Langhe area.
Angelo, Giovanni’s son, represents the second generation.
In 1905 he married Clotilde Rey, a determined and ambitious woman who strongly influenced him to make production choices entirely committed to quality.
Giovanni Gaja, Clotilde’s and Angelo’s son, who died in 2002, was an outstanding artisan. He earned a leading position on the market by making Barbaresco his symbol wine and introducing the philosophy – still pursued today – of bottling only the best vintages while selling the others in bulks.
In addition, he increased the number of vineyards owned by the family by purchasing Costa Russi, Sorì Tildin, Sorì San Lorenzo and Darmagi, thus improving and consolidating wine production.
Angelo Gaja, raised with the artisanal culture values inculcated by his father, represents the fourth generation. He joined the company in 1961 and from the very beginning he proved to have great personality, by making choices based on the search for innovative winegrowing and winemaking solutions.
Moreover, he introduced new varieties in the Langhe area and consolidated the fame of Barbaresco around the world.
Every wine produced by Angelo Gaja is synonymous with quality and excellence.
This also applies to the Langhe Rosso DOC “Cremes”, obtained with an unusual 50/50 blend of Dolcetto and Pinot Noir grapes.
It rests for a few months in wooden barrels, before being bottled and placed on the market. Perfectly successful combination.
- Intense ruby red
- Fruity notes of strawberry, black cherry and ripe currants
- Full and soft with dense tannins and an almond finish
The rich taste and velvety smooth tannins.
- White meat stewed
- Roast-grilled meat
- Red meat stewed
- Pasta with vegetable sauce
Alc. 13,5% vol.
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