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Gaja Barbaresco back to 1958
19 Oct 2010 by Julia Harding MW
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, spawned a long discussion on our Members' forum about the way Italy does or does not promote its wines. Although Angelo Gaja was not present at this vertical tasting of 10 vintages of Gaja Barbaresco organised recently in London by wine merchants Roberson , the wines told their own story. The oldest wine was 1958, made before Angelo Gaja himself came into the business in 1961 and well before he took over the reins from his father Giovanni. For more background on the family...

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