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Wine Spectator’s Feature Story on Angelo Gaja

Veteran journalist and editor Mitch Frank’s October 2011 Wine Spectator cover story on Angelo Gaja is already being called one of the best stand-alone pieces ever to have been written about the legendary Piedmontese and now Tuscan winemaker.

Never before has one of the top wine writers in the United States taken such an in-depth look at Gaja, the man who singlehandedly transformed Barbaresco into one of the world’s most coveted and collectible appellations. The coverage includes rare interviews, a history of the winery’s expansion beginning in the 1960s when Gaja decided to bottle estate-grown fruit exclusively, detailed analysis of growing sites, and profiles of both of family’s Tuscan properties.

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