Barbaresco Sorì San Lorenzo
Name

Barbaresco Sorì San Lorenzo

Producer
Year
2013
Blend
Nebbiolo
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This Barbaresco Sorì San Lorenzo is a wine with a radiant future, capable of refining for a long, very long time, if well preserved in the cellar. Thanks to the great work done by Gaja, a name that belongs to the world wine elite thanks to heavenly labels. This Sorì San Lorenzo was born from the homonymous cru and reveals the potential of the Nebbiolo grape in the long term, telling a highly complex olfactory profile, which is a pleasure to discover minute by minute. A bottle that, once tasted, becomes unforgettable, giving a sensory experience to say the least exciting.

Sorì San Lorenzo is a Barbaresco that comes from the use of a very large Piedmont red grape variety, Nebbiolo. The grapes, carefully selected by the team of Gaja during the manual harvest, after vinification undergo a double refinement, essential to fully develop the characteristics of this wine. In fact, we proceed with a first period of 12 months spent in barrique, and then, with another year spent in large barrels. At the end of these 24 months of total maturation, the wine is ready to be bottled and marketed.

The red wine Barbaresco Sorì San Lorenzo di Gaja presents itself to the eye with a brilliant hue, which recalls the garnet. The nose is almost indescribable in words, with a whirlwind of sensations that, from the undergrowth, reach ripe fruit and spices, also crossed by light nuances of aromatic herbs. The tasting is excellent, warm and enveloping, with a sip in perfect balance, characterized by a pleasant freshness; ends with an ending of incredible persistence. A label that makes us enter the gotha ​​of the great Italian red wines, confirming the Gaja winery as one of the myths of the entire Italian oenology.