Ca’Marcanda

Tuscany, Italy
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      Ca’Marcanda
      Magari Bolgheri DOP — 2022

      Wine Spectator
      93

      "Supple in texture and laced with black currant and black cherry fruit, this red is polished and approachable. Light herbal, graphite and tobacco accents add detail as this cruises to a firm conclusion."

      Bruce Sanderson, July 2024
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      Ca’Marcanda
      Camarcanda Bolgheri DOP — 2021

      Wine Spectator
      97

      "Pure and elegant, with saturated flavors of violet, black currant, blackberry, licorice and iron. This is so beautifully balanced that it feels almost seamless, even at this young stage, offering a sleek profile and endless aftertaste that echoes the fruit. The oak is very well-integrated, with polished tannins."

      Bruce Sanderson, June 2024
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      Ca’Marcanda
      Camarcanda Bolgheri DOP — 2020

      Decanter
      95

      “The nose of this Bolgheri Superiore packs a punch for its lavish integration of clove, balsam, eucalyptus leaf and restrained bramble fruits. The attack is velvety, with great development of youthful, fine-grained tannins over the mid-palate, long, lifted acidity, and a toasty finish soaked with fruit. A wine with a long life ahead, a great example of a Bordeaux blend with Mediterranean identity, and one of the greatest Bolgheri tasted from Ca' Marcanda to date.”

      Aldo Fiordelli, March 2024
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      Ca’Marcanda
      Magari Bolgheri DOP — 2021

      The Wine Advocate
      96

      “It brings forth a floral bouquet, showing subtle elegance at the start. Give it a few moments and the wine hits on all cylinders with integrated oak, bright fruit, black cherry, pomegranate seed, iris root and dustings of oak spice that never overshadow the fruit. The wine is refreshingly uncomplicated but shows refined nuance instead. This is the proverbial understated elegance that Gaja achieves so beautifully. It closes with lovely acidity and dusty tannins.”

      Monica Larner, February 2024
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