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Gaja Barolo Dagromis 2015

$85.50

Named after the Gromis family which owned the vineyard in the commune of La Morra throughout the 19th century, before acquired by the Gaja family. It is blended with fruit from another Gaja-owned vineyard in Serralunga.

It is a 100% Nebbiolo varietal wine, with 12 months in barriques followed by 12 months in large oak casks. It is classified Barolo DOCG.

Gaja Ca’ Marcanda Promis 2016

$43.50
A soft and fruity red with subtle tannins, light chocolate and currant character. Medium finish. Succulent and delicious. Drink now.

90/100 James Suckling

Ca’ Marcanda’s 2014 Promis is bright, tense and nicely focused throughout. Sweet dried cherry, tobacco, licorice and mint open up in this attractive, mid-weight wine. Overall, Promis is a solid showing for the vintage, but it should be enjoyed over the next year or two, as the flavors are starting to dry out.” – Antonio Gallonio, Vinous (Nov 2016)

Gaja Pieve Santa Restituta 2013 Rennina Brunello di Montalcino

$182.00

93 points: Pieve Santa Restituta 2013 Rennina (Brunello di Montalcino)

This is fragrant, offering cherry, leather, floral and spice notes. On the palate, this remains fresh, with persistent flavors and fine harmony. Dusty tannins pull everything together on the finish. There’s plenty of energy here. Best from 2021 through 2035.”- Bruce Sanderson.

Gaja Pieve Santa Restituta 2014 Brunello Di Montalcino Dop

$86.00

When the Gaja family purchased the historic Santa Restituta estate in 1994, it did so in the hopes of bringing its expertise and experience in winemaking to this often misunderstood appellation. Today, Pieve Santa Restituta’s Brunello di Montalcino is considered one of the top expressions of the appellation.

Gaja Sito Moresco Langhe 2015

$49.50

Ruby red in color, this wine offers a pure nose with aromas of small fruits. On the palate, it is elegant and balanced with fine tannins and a fresh finish.

Gavi del Comune di Gavi DOCG 2016

$29.10

This is a white wine with personality, which resolutely defends its characteristics against the perils of time, allowing it to maintain the highest quality for several seasons. Straw-yellow with greenish highlights, it has an ample nose, with an intense bouquet featuring flowers, vanilla, lemon, lily of the valley and bitter apples. Its nicely dry taste is full, well-balanced and elegant.
Grape variety:
Cortese
Ageing:  2-3 months in steel
Serving temperature: 10° C
Alcohol content: 12% vol.

Giribaldi Barolo 2014

$53.00

A ruby red colour with amaranth reflexes, an evident perception of good fruit appeals to the nose,dried berry and chocolate fruit with hints of flowers. Full body, chewy tannins and medium finish.

Giuseppe Cortese “Scapulin” Langhe Chardonnay 2017

$29.90

Vinification and ageing for 9/10 months in small French wood barrels (225 L), 40% new and 60% used for the second time. Minimum 6 months of maturing in the bottle before being released for sale.

Tasting notes: The maturing of “Scapulin” in small barrels makes the mineral and fruity bouquet intense and complex. It is distinguished by its class and balance.

Grappa Di Sassicaia

$67.50

Sassicaia barrel finished Grappa

Single vintage Grappa from marc with an intense and aristocratic aroma distilled in small batches by means of steam, finished in the oak barrels in which the Sassicaia wine was previously refined.

Guado Al Tasso 2011

$139.00

57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, 3% Petit Verdot

Tasting notes

A wine of the aromatic intensity and silkiness of texture was something rather unexpected in such a hot vintage as the 2011. The Merlot gave sweetness of flavor, density of texture, and a very intense aroma of black fruit. The Cabernet Sauvignon contributed an exceptional richness along with additional black fruit aromas, liquorice, and not the slightest hint of greenness. Cabernet Franc added a magnificent balance and poise, smoothing the elevated tannic power of the other varieties and, finally, the Petit Verdot supplied that light touch of spice which completed the bouquet. This is a concentrated wine, one of great class and elegance, a wine capable of a very lengthy aging and positive evolution in the bottle.

Guado Al Tasso 2015

$79.50

62% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot

Tasting notes

The 2015 Guado al Tasso is characterized by a rich and complex bouquet with notes of tobacco, toasted coffee, and leather which fuse with the aromas of ripe berry fruit. The palate is a vibrant one, with both tannins and freshness well present to give savor and persistence. The finish and aftertaste are spicy and fruity, complete and fragrant. It is a vintage which a very important aging potential.

97 points James suckling

Guado al Tasso Vermintino 2017

$23.90

Tasting notes

Straw yellow with greenish highlights in color, the wine presents an ample range of intense and fragrant aromas which include citrus, candied, and passion fruit. The flavors are well supported by the freshness and by a mineral vein which give the wine much savor and a lengthy persistence on the palate.

Guidalberto Tenuta San Guido 2010

$75.00

60% Cabernet Sauvignon 40% Merlot
2/3 bicchieri Guida del Gambero Rosso “Vini d’Italia” 2013

91/100 points Guida “I Vini di Veronelli” 2013

90/100 points Wine Advocate 2012 The 2010 Guidalberto comes across as cool and inward in this vintage. There is plenty of energy and vitality in the glass, but readers will need to be patient. Dark red cherries, flowers, licorice and a hint of tobacco are layered into the firm, structured finish.