The 2017 Gaja Dagromis and 2020 Sito Moresco have landed and are ready to order!! Very limited amounts imported.

2017 Gaja Barolo Dagromis DOCG
32 cases imported
#083264 $131.99 wls 6x750ml spec

An intense red, this wine is already showing more intense and fruit-forward aromas than in past years. Very fresh notes of blood orange, bitter orange, tangerine and dark red fruits are intermingled with fresh earth, anise seed and herb. The palate is fresh and juicy, with a mouth-filling texture and firm but balanced tannins and acidity. Attractive richness showing red-tone fruits, berry, pomegranate, wild strawberry combine with vibrant acidity in a mid-weight, sleek style.

Both in Serralunga and La Morra. 
Appellation Barolo D.O.P. 
Grape varieties 100% Nebbiolo. 
Winemaking method 

The grapes, coming from the single vineyards, separately undergo fermentation, maceration and ageing in oak for 12 months. Then they are blended and further aged in oak for another 18 months. 
First vintage produced 1998. 

2020 Gaja Sito Moresco
20 cases imported
#211241 $78.95 wls 6x750ml spec

Sito Moresco is named for the family who farmed this 25-acre estate in Barbaresco before its purchase by the Gaja family, a nod to the people and traditions that preceded it. It means literally the Moresco site, after the family name of Giovannini Moresco. GAJA created this red blend to deliver greater approachability in its youth. Sito Moresco is made from vineyards located in the villages of Treiso and Barbaresco (in the Barbaresco appellation) and fruit from Serralunga d’Alba (in the Barolo appellation). Pheasants are featured on Sito Moresco's label to commemorate the beautiful birds that inhabit the forests adjacent to GAJA's vineyards. In 2018, the red grapes have thick skins, soft tannins and complex flavours.

Mainly Pajoré in Treiso and in Serralunga.
Appellation Langhe D.O.P.. 
Grape varieties Nebbiolo, Barbera, Merlot 
Winemaking method 

The three varieties ferment and macerate separately for three weeks. After
the malolactic fermentation, they are blended and then aged in oak for 12
months.  First vintage produced 1991. 
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