Gaja Weinkeller
The Gaja family has been based in Piedmont since the mid-17th century. The Weigut in Barbaresco was founded in 1859 by Giovanni Gaja, the great-grandfather of the current owner, Angelo Gaja. Angelo was also the son of the founder, who married the legendary Clotilde Rey in 1905. Together, the two of them laid the foundation for the quality philosophy that distinguishes the Gaja house to this day.

The third generation was represented by Giovanni Gaja, Angelo and Clothilde's son, who died in November 2002. He made the barbaresco his figurehead and won with this wine a top position in the Italian market. He enlarged the house Gaja by the additional purchase of the individual layers Sori San Lorenzo, Sori Tildin, Costa Russi and Darmagi and gained with these top locations and the extension of the wine cellar a further qualitative progress.

His son Angelo, the current owner of the estate, represents the fourth generation of the Gaja family. He follows in the footsteps of his father and continues the philosophy of quality, which is why only grapes from their own vineyards are used for the winemaking. In 1961 he joined the company and has since successfully pursued the introduction and distribution of Barbaresco in foreign markets. He lives in Barbaresco with his wife Lucia, who supports him together with the two daughters Gaia and Rossana. Today, the Gaja family owns 100 hectares of vineyards around Barbaresco and Barolo.
Gaja - Gaja Sito Moresco DOC
Sito Moresco combines the complexity and shelf life of Nebbiolo with the finesse and smoothness of Merlot and Cabernet.
45,99 EUR
61,32 EUR per liter
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Gaja Sperss Barolo DOP
A large, complex and long-lived wine, which is aged 24 months in the wood.
247,98 EUR
330,64 EUR per liter
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
75,90 EUR
101,20 EUR per liter
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
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Besitzer: Angelo Gaja
Önologe: Guido Rivella
Standort: Barbaresco
Weinberge: 92 Hektar, kein Traubenzukauf
Produktion: 350 000
Fässer: große Eichenfässer und Barriques