The name Camarcanda derives from a Piedmontese expression that can be translated as the "house of endless negotiations" and refers to the various meetings between the previous landowners and Angelo Gaja.
With a precise and direct character, the nose opens with terrestrial and balsamic notes of violet, roots, bark and sap. The palate is rich, with concentrated and crunchy notes of blackberry, blueberry, licorice and red orange. The finish is tasty, almost fleshy, with a precise note of iron that lingers at the end of the flavor.
Fine tannins, embraced by a smooth body with a strong personality. The backbone of this wine is the firm structure perfectly balanced by the concentration of fruits.