What is the best Gaja wine?

Here are the top 10 Gaja wines worthy of your collection:

  • 2016 Gaja Sperss Langhe – Barolo, Piedmont, Italy.
  • 1991 Gaja Barolo, Piedmont, Italy.
  • 2010 Gaja Gaia & Rey Chardonnay Langhe, Piedmont, Italy.
  • 2000 Gaja Barbaresco DOCG, Piedmont, Italy.
  • 1999 Gaja Conteisa Barolo DOCG, Piedmont, Italy.

What kind of wine is Gaja?

It is a 100% Sauvignon blanc varietal with 6–8 months of barrique aging with malolactic fermentation. It is classified Langhe. The wine is produced from grapes grown in multiple estate-owned vineyards. The Rossj vineyard, planted in 1984, is named for Angelo Gaja’s youngest daughter Rossana “Rossj” Gaja.

Who owns Gaja wine?

Angelo Gaja
The Gaja Winery was founded by Giovanni Gaja in 1859 and has been owned and operated by five generations of the Gaja family. Giovanni Gaja was the great-grandfather of Angelo Gaja, the Winery’s current owner.

Can you visit Gaja Winery?

A visit to Gaja is an opportunity to taste some of the most highly prized wines in all of Italy. From their flagship Barbaresco DOCG (sourced from 14 different vineyards) and five single-vineyard Barbarescos to their cru Barolos, Gaja’s signature elegance, concentration and ethereal complexity shines through.

What is Sperss?

Sperss is a term affectionately used to denote nostalgia for precious things lost with time – a homage to the origins of the winery and the generations who built it.

What is a good expensive Italian wine?

The Most Expensive Italian Wines

Wine Name Average Price (USD)
1 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia ‘Ornellaia’ Vendemia d’Artista Special Edition Bolgheri Superiore, Tuscany, Italy 975
2 Bruno Giacosa Collina Rionda, Barolo DOCG, Italy 917
3 Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva DOCG, Veneto, Italy 810