Angelo Gaja Barbaresco Sori San Lorenzo 1982

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Italy : Piedmont : Barbaresco
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In 1964, the Gaja family purchased this vineyard from the parish of Alba and named it after San Lorenzo, the patron saint of Alba's cathedral. "Sori" means hilltop with southern exposure. Aromatically, the wine has highly concentrated currant and black cherry notes with a hint of coffee, in addition to aromas of fine herbs, minerals and exotic spices. The Sori San Lorenzo is almost always the most powerful and austere of Gaja's five single-vineyard wines, requiring a longer time to fully develop. A very focused, concentrated wine with a long, lingering finish and refined tannins, it has excellent aging potential.

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    Antonio Galloni
    November 2014
    97 The 1982 Barbaresco Sorì San Lorenzo is laced with sweet red cherries, freshly cut flowers, mint, spices and pine. This is an especially polished, refined San Lorenzo that emphasizes finesse over the power that is more typical of this site, although there is no shortage of tannin. With air, the 1982 keeps getting better and better. The long, bright finish is particularly of note.