Issue: Web Only - 2009
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Angelo Gaja is best-known for his wines from Piedmont and, more recently, Montalcino. But he's also been making outstanding wines in Bolgheri since 2000. James Suckling sits down with Gaja to talk Tuscany and to find out why Angelo loves the region.
January 31, 2008
Gaja Langhe Sori San Lorenzo 1997, which scored 98 points, is the second of eight wines tasted at the 2007 Wine Experience. Gaia Gaja (Angelo's daughter) joins James Suckling to comment on the wine.
November 26, 2007
At the winery founded by his grandfather, Angelo Gaja makes some of Piedmont's top wines. Joined by his daughter Gaia, he reminisces about his grandparents and their influence on him, his wines and his never-ending quest for quality.
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