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Gaja Featured in Esquire’s ‘Big Black Book’

Novelist Jay McInerney offers a compelling look at this legendary figure and the iconic winery he has built.

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‘All Are Scintillating Wines’

Spectator's new Piedmont report highlights Gaja's 2013 Barbarescos, all made from 100% Nebbiolo.

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GAJA Barbaresco on List of ‘The 6 Most Extravagant Bottles of Wine Every True Connoisseur Should Own’

Sommelier Enreico Bernado puts the 1989 GAJA Barbaresco in rare company.

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Wine Spectator: 93 Points for 2013 Gaja Barbaresco

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In a recent post, Wine Spectator Italy expert Bruce Sanderson reviews the 2013 Gaja Barbaresco, giving it a score of 93 points with this tasting note:

“Cherry, strawberry, cinnamon, peony and chalky flavors mingle in this aromatic red. Lean and firm, with a meaty element, this has all the elements in place. Stretches out pleasantly, but needs time to relax. Best from 2019 through 2032. 750 cases imported.”

This review is available to Wine Spectator subscribers here.

Robb Report: ‘A Pair of Beautifully Atypical Reds from Gaja”

The September 2016 Robb Report explores DaGromis and Sito Moresco, two wines that “are among the least known from GAJA, though no less delicious."

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Nourish Magazine Captures the Essence of GAJA

"Gaja’s wines are living examples of a thriving ecosystem, rooted in family, hard work, sustainability, and vision."

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