Dagromis Barolo DOCG
The "Dagromis" wine of Gaja winery is a famous Barolo, made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes, grown in the vineyards of La Morra. The wine is aged for 12 months in barriques and other 12 months in traditional oak barrels. It is named after the Gromis family, from which Gaja acquired the vineyards in 1995.
Dragomis has a red garnet color, tending to orange nuances. This full-bodied wine on the palate is characterized by enchanting fruity aromas, which are liked to notes of spices, licorice, herbs, rose flowers and balsamic elements. It gives texture and softness: the taste is warm and powerful, velvety tannins and long finish.
The recommended food-matching for Dagromis Barolo of Gaja winery? It pairs perfectly with pasta with meat sauce, soups, grilled meat and aged cheese.
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The Gaja family settled down in Piedmont in the mid-17th century. Five generations have been involved in winemaking since Giovanni Gaja, in 1859, founded his winery in Barbaresco, in the heart of the Langhe area. Angelo, Giovanni’s son, represents the second generation. In 1905 he married Clotilde Rey, a determined and ambitious woman who strongly influenced him to make production choices entirely committed to quality. Giovanni Gaja, Clotilde’s and Angelo’s son, who died in 2002, was an outstanding artisan.