Gaja

Barbaresco Nebbiolo

9.41032 ratings
9.3299 pro ratings
Barbaresco, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy
Nebbiolo
Top Notes For
Aaron Means

Red cherries, mint, and florals. Such class enveloped in a sea of tannins. This will unfurl to be a great wine one day.

Red cherries, mint, and florals. Such class enveloped in a sea of tannins. This will unfurl to be a great wine one day.

Oct 10th, 2017
terroirista-cy

Killing babies. I believe it needs at least 10-15 years, to say the least

Killing babies. I believe it needs at least 10-15 years, to say the least

4 people found it helpfulDec 25th, 2014
Marty Winters

Can do no wrong.

Can do no wrong.

3 people found it helpfulAug 5th, 2014
Conrad Kenley

Oh yeah ( in Magnum)

Oh yeah ( in Magnum)

2 people found it helpfulSep 7th, 2015
Gus Kalaris

2010 - a delicious beast

2010 - a delicious beast

2 people found it helpfulMay 4th, 2015
Gilles de Chambure

Master Sommelier & Educator

9.4

since 1859 making barbaresco pioneer trailblsizers in piemonte blend of 14 vineyard 100% nebbiolo no barbera like in their single vineyard 09 like 99 ripe fruit expression dark deep earthy rich in tannins small crop rsin spring very dry summer tasted with Gaia Gaja at Vinexpo

since 1859 making barbaresco pioneer trailblsizers in piemonte blend of 14 vineyard 100% nebbiolo no barbera like in their single vineyard 09 like 99 ripe fruit expression dark deep earthy rich in tannins small crop rsin spring very dry summer tasted with Gaia Gaja at Vinexpo

2 people found it helpfulJun 16th, 2013
Daniel P. Drake

Today I had the pleasure of having the 2010 Gaja Barbaresco. What a wonderful treat.

The nose was very expressive with notes of cherry, strawberry, raspberry, anise, menthol and earthy underbrush.

On the palate the fruit explodes in your mouth with fresh red fruits, cherry and red raspberry. There is black pepper, mint, dry earthy soil and floral notes.

The wine is very well balanced, medium to full bodied, medium + acidity and medium + rounded grippy tannins with a long vibrant finish.

Enjoy your rest of the week and please continue to be safe. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷

Today I had the pleasure of having the 2010 Gaja Barbaresco. What a wonderful treat.

The nose was very expressive with notes of cherry, strawberry, raspberry, anise, menthol and earthy underbrush.

On the palate the fruit explodes in your mouth with fresh red fruits, cherry and red raspberry. There is black pepper, mint, dry earthy soil and floral notes.

The wine is very well balanced, medium to full bodied, medium + acidity and medium + rounded grippy tannins with a long vibrant finish.

Enjoy your rest of the week and please continue to be safe. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷

1 person found it helpfulSep 21st, 2017
Aaron Means

Always world class!

Always world class!

1 person found it helpfulAug 13th, 2017
Scott Barber

Wine Educator Meadowood Napa Valley

9.5

Modern meets traditional. Excellent vintage drinking beautifully. There's a good reason these are pricey.

Modern meets traditional. Excellent vintage drinking beautifully. There's a good reason these are pricey.

1 person found it helpfulJul 22nd, 2017
Noel Geisen

I think the 2004 Barbaresco is at it's peak now. Great wine !

I think the 2004 Barbaresco is at it's peak now. Great wine !

1 person found it helpfulMar 26th, 2017