Angelo Gaja joined his father in their family firm, based in Barbaresco, in 1961. For half a century, he has been an innovator, a tireless promoter of wines from the Langhe and a passionate leader who believes that the great reds of Piedmont rival the quality of the best wines from around the world. To back it up, he has consistently made some of the world's greatest wines. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson has the story.
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