The Pajè vineyard is among the most calcareous in terms of soil composition within the entire Barbaresco appellation. The vines are 50 years old, and those six years of barrel and bottle aging are absolutely necessary. This plot is a little under two hectares in size, and this site has been in family hands since 1953. The 2014 Barbaresco Pajè's aromas are large in scale and generally more perfumed and fleshed out. The tannins are also a bit more dry or chalky. The wine shows deep contrasts between the sweet nature of the bouquet and the crunchy nature of the mouthfeel. A real classic from Luca once again.