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Savor the Distinction of Barbera d’Asti DOCG “Le Gagie” with Wine Affairs

Wine Affairs, a distinguished wine distributor nestled in the vibrant Upper West Side of Manhattan, NY, proudly presents an exceptional offering from its portfolio: the Barbera d’Asti DOCG “Le Gagie” by Tenuta la Meridiana. This selection underscores our commitment to bringing the finest wines from Northern Italy's Piemonte region to the discerning palates of our clientele.

The “Le Gagie” is a pure expression of the Barbera grape, cultivated in the clay-limestone and limestone-siliceous soils of Montegrosso d’Asti. This terroir lends the wine its distinctive character, a ruby-red color with purple highlights that promises a sensory journey. The nose is an elegant bouquet of intense black berries and flowers, leading to a palate that balances dryness with a medium to high body. Soft tannins and good acidity culminate in a wine that is both refined and accessible, embodying the essence of Piemonte's renowned winemaking tradition.

At Wine Affairs, we are passionate about curating a selection that reflects the diversity and quality of the world's wine regions. The Barbera d’Asti DOCG “Le Gagie” is a testament to our dedication to excellence and our desire to share these unique wine experiences with you. We invite wine distributors to partner with us, exploring the rich tapestry of flavors and stories our collection offers. Together, we can elevate the wine offering and create memorable experiences for wine lovers everywhere.

Moreover, we are expanding our team and seeking wine enthusiasts and sales professionals who share our passion for wine and excellence. Joining Wine Affairs means becoming part of a dynamic, growth-oriented company that values expertise, dedication, and a love for wine.

For personalized consultations, inquiries, or more information about our curated selection, including the exquisite Barbera d’Asti DOCG “Le Gagie,” please reach out to Nello at Let us guide you through a world of exceptional wines, each with its own story and heritage.

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