Vogue previews sommelier Enreico Bernado’s new book Impossible Collection of Wine: The 100 Most Exceptional Vintages of the Twentieth Century, and narrows his list of 100 prized wines down to six must-haves for the true connoisseur. And one of the wines on that oh-so-select list is from GAJA, in fine company with Harlan Estate, Château Cheval, Château Montelena, Château Margaux and Chateau Latour.
From the Vogue article:
Gaja, Barbaresco 1989
“The wines of Angelo Gaja have certainly helped in making Barbaresco and Piedmont well-known wines in the world. The 1989 is an example of what makes this region or terroir unique. It includes the intensity of the fruit combined with hints of spices and earthy qualities. I love the wine’s generosity and what it delivers in terms of complexity.”
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