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"Sorì Tildin" Langhe Nebbiolo doc Gaja 2001


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Region: Piemonte
Title: Langhe Nebbiolo doc
Kind of wine: Red wine doc
Wine variety: 95% Nebbiolo, 5% Barbera
Year: 2001
Fermentation: In steel under a controlled atmosphere
District of production: Barbaresco
Refinement: 18 months in barriques
Alcoholic proof: 14,5%

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Elegant Nebbiolo wine produced with grapes deriving from the “Sorì Tildin” vineyard, in Barbaresco; this vineyard takes its name from the dialectal term, “Sorì” that in Piedmont means the top of a Southern hill, while "Tildin" is the nickname given to Clotilde Rey, the grandmother of Angelo Gaja. This wine is elegant and refined, with a purple colour and a complex bouquet, in addition to fruited perfumes of blackberry, mixed berries, jam of mature red fruit, coffee, licorice, spices and dry fruit. This wine is endowed with refined and elegant tannins that give it nobility and great structure. It combines perfectly with grilled red meats, game, platters based on the famous Alba White Truffle and seasoned cheeses.



The cave was built in 1859 in Barbaresco, in the centre of the Langhe, and all along it is recognized as one of the name-symbol in the production of Barbaresco. From the creator Giovanni to Angelo Gaja, this family has earned a great reputation in wine’s sector thanks to its attentive pursuit of quality. In the 60s years Angelo Gaja has decided to innovate the traditions and to import new productive techniques: from the destruction of the production for hectare to a greater control of fermentation temperatures, from the use of the barrique to the replacement of longer tops. The past as experience, the future as purpose: this is the philosophy of this successful winery.

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