2014 Conteisa, Langhe, Angelo Gaja (6 x Bottle)

Italy Piedmont

Gaja s 2014 Barolo Conteisa is a jewel of a wine. Translucent, energetic and vibrant, it offers striking precision, with lovely salinity and bright acids that lift the red berry flavors. Conteisa is always a wine that leans toward the more delicate side of things. In 2014, all of those signatures are brought out by the personality of the year. This is one of the best recent Conteisas I can remember tasting, as well as a wine that feels natural and unforced.

2014 Conteisa, Langhe, Angelo Gaja (6 x Bottle)

Gaja s 2014 Barolo Conteisa is a jewel of a wine. Translucent, energetic and vibrant, it offers striking precision, with lovely salinity and bright acids that lift the red berry flavors. Conteisa is always a wine that leans toward the more delicate side of things. In 2014, all of those signatures are brought out by the personality of the year. This is one of the best recent Conteisas I can remember tasting, as well as a wine that feels natural and unforced.

Italy Piedmont
Producer Gaja
Region Piedmont
Country Italy
Grape Variety Nebbiolo
Vintage 2014
Colour Red
Style Full, Dry, Powerful

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Gaja s 2014 Barolo Conteisa is a jewel of a wine. Translucent, energetic and vibrant, it offers striking precision, with lovely salinity and bright acids that lift the red berry flavors. Conteisa is always a wine that leans toward the more delicate side of things. In 2014, all of those signatures are brought out by the personality of the year. This is one of the best recent Conteisas I can remember tasting, as well as a wine that feels natural and unforced.

96 Points / Drinking 2020 - 2039

By Antonio Galloni / February 2018

Robert Parker Wine Advocate

The 2014 Barolo Conteisa is an impressive wine that defies the odds of the vintage. Although the Cerequio vineyard did not suffer hail in 2014 (it did in 2016), grape production was reduced by half anyway. The remaining grapes delivered their best with intense flavors and crisp contours. Gaia Gaja tells me that the clusters harvested were perfect in appearance. This is a perfumed wine that offers defined aromas of wild cherry that rise to the top with intensity. The wine’s tonality is dark and thick, and the tannins are full and structured.

95 Points / Drinking 2022 - 2045

By Monica Larner / June 2018