Gaja Rossj Bass Langhe 2021

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Vintage: 2021
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The 2021 Gaja Rossj Bass Langhe stands as a testament to the winemaking prowess of Angelo Gaja, a name synonymous with quality and innovation in the Piedmont region of Italy. This exquisite white wine, underpinned by the expertise of its creator and, if mentioned, the acumen of a consulting winemaker, encapsulates the essence of the Chardonnay varietal, with a nod to the finesse and complexity that the Gaja winery brings to the fore.

Crafted with meticulous care, the Gaja Rossj Bass Langhe 2021 reveals itself in a pale straw hue, a visual prelude to its refined and sophisticated character. This color, gleaming within the glass, hints at the precision and attention dedicated to every bottle, sealed with a cork that whispers of tradition and quality.

On the nose, this Gaja Chardonnay Rossj Bass initiates an olfactory journey with vibrant green fruit aromas, where grassy undertones meld seamlessly with the bright, crisp essence of green apple and green pepper. This bouquet, reminiscent of Sauvignon Blanc, introduces a lively and cheerful opening, setting the stage for the complex layers that follow.

As the wine unfolds on the palate, the true depth of the Chardonnay Rossj Bass Gaja is revealed. It boasts a medium-full body that envelops the senses in a creamy texture, a hallmark of the Chardonnay grape. This creaminess is perfectly counterbalanced by a tangy, juicy acidity reminiscent of Sauvignon Blanc, resulting in a harmonious blend that Angelo Gaja Rossj Bass has masterfully achieved. The wine’s richness and full-bodied nature, coupled with an alcohol content of 13.5%, are indicative of its sophistication and depth.

The winemaker’s notes emphasize the 2021 Rossj Bass’s ability to showcase the vintage’s defining characteristics: intense fruit concentration and floral notes. The palate echoes the nose with ripe citrus, evolving into tropical fruits, underpinned by a remarkable acidity that balances the fruit concentration. This richness, combined with a creamy texture and a long finish, illustrates the wine’s complexity and elegance.

Critically acclaimed, with a score of 94 points from The Wine Independent in December 2022, the Gaja Langhe Rossj Bass is praised for its elegant blend of Sauvignon Blanc aromas and Chardonnay’s textural comfort. This duality captures the essence of both varietals, creating a unique and memorable experience for the taster.

Named Rossj after Angelo Gaja’s second daughter, Rossanna, the Gaja Rossj Bass Langhe carries with it a personal touch that adds depth to its story, linking it intimately to the Gaja family legacy. This wine is not just a beverage but a narrative of tradition, innovation, and personal significance, embodied in each glass.

In conclusion, the 2021 Gaja Rossj Bass is a white wine that transcends the ordinary, offering a sensorial journey that begins with lively, crisp aromas and evolves into a rich, creamy palate with a lasting finish. It exemplifies the artistry and vision of Gaja, making it a cherished addition to any wine enthusiast’s collection. Whether paired with delicate seafood or creamy pasta, the Gaja Rossj-Bass Langhe 2021 enriches any culinary experience, leaving a lasting impression of elegance and complexity.

Weight 3.5 lbs


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