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    Gaja Barbaresco back to 1958

    Angelo Gaja speaks his mind, as you will see if you search on his name on this site or click on the Gaja tag below. This recent article, for example,…

    19 Oct 2010 Julia Harding MW
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    Gaja rails against 'Italian' wine

    Mad Man of Barbaresco Angelo Gaja has just sent me the following cri de coeur entitled 'The Crisis and World Markets Hobble Italian Agriculture'.…

    10 Sep 2010 Jancis Robinson
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    A ray of hope in Italy?

    Angelo Gaja sends the following. Although 2009 was a black year for Italian exports overall, down 20% according to the official government…

    4 Mar 2010 Guest contributor
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    Gaja's 150th - tasting notes

    In response to popular demand, I present the tasting notes on last Saturday’s Gaja 150th birthday celebrations at Vinitaly in Verona. The decidedly…

    8 Apr 2009 Jancis Robinson
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    Gaja's anniversary observations

    It was a treat to attend Gaja’s celebration of 150 years of wine production at Vinitaly (see Gaja’s 150th birthday - video), let alone to have the…

    7 Apr 2009 Jancis Robinson
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    Gaja's 150th birthday - video

    As I explained in What we're up to next week, I had the most unnecessary job of my life last Saturday morning, co-hosting a celebration at Vinitaly of…

    7 Apr 2009 Jancis Robinson
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    Gaja and the bloggers

    Angelo Gaja, whose estate hasn’t even got a website, recently seized the opportunity to reflect online with the help of an army of bloggers. While…

    19 Feb 2009 Walter Speller
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    Gaja urges rethink on Italian wine

    Angelo Gaja of Italy predicts catastrophe and lobbies for a completely different approach to promoting Italian wine. It is generally believed that…

    5 Feb 2009 Jancis Robinson