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Gaja Barbaresco 2012

Gaja (Barbaresco)


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From Gaja (Barbaresco), we received this Gaja Barbaresco 2012 (£241.43), a red wine vinified with nebbiolo from 2012 and comes with an alcohol content of 14%. The Gaja Barbaresco 2012 is the ideal red to combine with fresh pasta and boar. Drinks&Co users rate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points while renowned wine experts rate it as follows: robert parker: 93.

Technical sheet · Gaja Barbaresco

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2012 Other vintages
Appellation:Barbaresco (Piemonte,Italy)
Winery: Gaja
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Score: RP93
Grapes: Nebbiolo
Pairing: MeatPastaBoarFresh pasta
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14%

Description · Gaja

Gaja Barbaresco 2012 (Nebbiolo)

TASTING NOTES OF Gaja Barbaresco 2012:

  • View: ruby, garnet reflexes.
  • Nose: complex and sensual perfumes of berries, plum, licorice, coffee and mineral notes.
  • Mouth: equally complex, full of fruit and very mature. Final long and complex, silky and very fine tannins.

APPELLATION: Barbaresco.


GRAPES: Nebbiolo.

WINE PAIRING: Grilled red meats, game and cheeses.




Gaja is an Italian wine producer from the Piemonte region in the district of Langhe, chiefly producing a number of Barbaresco and Barolo wines. Gaja's current owner and president Angelo Gaja is credited with developing techniques that have revolutionised winemaking in Italy. Gaja records an...

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Clos Des Millésimes

Posted on at 14.46


Gaja Barbaresco 2012

Gaja - Barbaresco Barbaresco 2012Ce offers superb floral nose cherry, strawberry and toasted aromas. Ripe, dense and meaty with a sensual and elegant personality. This wine is the most representative wines of Barbaresco produced by Angelo Gaja.Installé in the Piedmont region of Italy, Gaja area is renowned for its development of techniques that revolutionized winemaking Italian wines. Steeped in the Italian wine landscape for over five generations, the estate produces wines of Piedmont since 1859, when Giovanni Gaja founded the Gaja Winery. His son, Angelo (grandfather of the current owner) continues the work under the influence of his wife, Clothilde Rey inspires to create a real Gaja signed tradition. From their union a son born Giovanni will continue to track his parents by producing Barbaresco famous throughout Italy. Giovanni will further extend the vineyard by buying vineyards as Tildin, Costa Russi, San Lorenzo etc. allowing the Gaja family will produce wines of incredible quality only from its own vineyards, she never buys grapes trading. The current owner, Angelo Gaja was born in 1940 and began his career field at the age of 21 in 1961. After several trips to France, he introduced several practices in the region and has revolutionized winemaking of Nebbiolo. Since 1970, Angelo Gaja working with the famous oenologist Guido Rivella. This is also the first house to use barrels new French oak which have improved the quality of wine by relaxing the harsh tannins of Nebbiolo to bring out all its finesse. This was also the first winemaker to plant Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc instead of Nebbiolo, to the detriment of his father. This besides, the sight of these varieties of imports would have said in the vineyard "Damagi" meaning "what a pity" and gave his name to the Cabernet planted by Angelo Gaja, now recognized as one of best Cabernet in the world. Very controversial, Angelo Gaja has always been ahead of its time and sees things in a different way compared to the other. He strongly contributed to the development of the Piedmont wines and especially the wines Barolo and Barbaresco on his place among the best Italian wines in the world.

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Jessica Barker

Posted on at 20.05

4 /5

Gaja Barbaresco Langhe 2012

Gorgeous cherry and high layer. Aromas of cherry, liquorice. It predominated roasted flavours.
Delicious with grilled meat and vegetables.
I chose Gaja Barbaresco Langhe for a romantic dinner with my partner.
Pamela Miller

Posted on at 08.31

4 /5

My partner paired it with several snacks. Was a good idea. A Gaja to drink among friendly people.
A red Bordeaux . You can appreciate the tobacco smell. It tasted like wood.
Passione Vino

Posted on at 04.42

4 /5

Grapes: 100% Nebbiolo
Alcohol: 13, 5
Temperature: At a temperature of 18 - 20 ° C

Appellation: Barolo d. o.c. g.
Contents: 0, 75 l

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Reviews about Gaja Barbaresco 2016

Albert Green
Albert Green


As a coincidence I visited the winery and I bought a few boxes.
Bright cherry colour, high layer. It smelled of oak. Taste of ripe fruit in the mouth.

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Edward Harris
Edward Harris


Red base colour with violet hints. Aromas of dried fruits.Fruity taste.
I recommend to taste it with prosciutto.
All of my friends were delighted about this wine.
Toby Kathy
Toby Kathy


- View: intense garnet red, orange highlights.
- Nose: elegant, complex, delicate notes of wild berries, violets, red roses and woody touches.
- Mouth: vigorous, soft, velvety, balanced and elegant, with a long persistence.

APPELLATION: Barbaresco.

GRAPES: Nebbiolo 100%.

AGEING: 24 months in oak and oak barrels.

PAIRING: braised red meats, roasts and grilled game meats such as wild boar, deer and roe deer, aged cheeses.

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