Gaja Sito Moresco Langhe 2007

In short, I find most Gaja wines to be very good.  This wine is a blend of 35% nebbiolo, 35% merlot and 30% cabernet sauvignon.  A somewhat beguiling aroma of cherries, was met with a palate that had depth, good fruit, tannins and acidity.  A very enjoyable wine.  89+ points.

Abv: 13.5%
Price: around $85
December 2, 2010

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