“"Gaia and Rey", Chardonnay Gaja winery on the strength of a trademark that guarantees excellence. And this time made no mistake, presenting a wine with great complexity and structure. Banana, melon, mint, as well as being perfectly balanced by an elegant acidity, remain very long in the final. Once again, the ground Langa put us in front of an exceptional product.”
“Gaia & Rey is a beautiful wine a mineral, pure chardonnay, full of tropical fruit and silky, elegant tannins (!). The flavor is rich with concentrated ripe fruit, balanced by its lively fresh acidity. The finish keeps continuing. For those with patience: 'Gaia & Rey was only after about five years of cellar aging at its best.”
“TASTING NOTES OF Gaja Gaia & Rey 2013:
- View: Golden yellow, green, clean and bright.
- Nose: passion fruit, melon, apricot and toasted almonds.
- Mouth: lush, generous, full and dense.
PAIRING: white and red meat.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14%”
“TASTING NOTES :
- Colour: Gaia & Rey Gaja 2011 is gold .
- Nose: Aromas of fruit and green apple, with a hint of oak , butter and vanilla.
- Palate: The palate displays flavors of apple, praline and vanilla with a good acidity .
PRODUCER : Gaja”
“Good wine that fits well in Mediterranean seafood. The first person who told me about this wine, was my brother.
Deep colour, characteristic of Gaja Gaia & Rey Bianco. On the nose, white fruits noticeable. The mouth tasted of wine a while after taking it.”
“Grapes: 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol: 14, 0
Contents: 0, 75 l
It has bright golden color, giving off the nose opulent scents of summer flowers and fruit ripe yellow pulp, vanilla, white chocolate, woody tones and balsamic accents and resinous. The palate confirms its richness, softness has masterful perfectly cohesive acidity. Very long mineral finish.
With porcini mushroom risotto, tagliolini with black truffles, roast pork in pastry or the cod fish.”
“Gaia & Rey 2002 Gaja Gaja Gaja Winery today a winery that only counts in Piedmont almost 100 hectares of vineyards controlled property. The winery was founded in 1859 Gaja Barbaresco, in the heart of the Langhe, and has always been recognized as one of the symbolic names in the production of Barbaresco. Since founding until Giovanni Angelo Gaja, this family has always looked the quality. The Piedmont one of the most favorable regions for the production of great wines. Here, Nebbiolo often takes on the contours of poetry. Angelo Gaja, in the 60s, had the merit of renewing the traditions. This signific import new techniques such as the reduction of production per hectare, a greater control of the fermentation temperature, a careful use of the barrique, the passage of more long corks. Gaja has thus been able to keep pace with the times, without falling into the error of fossilized in the tradition. A success, to Gaja, constructed with intelligence and intuition, inherited from the rigors and sacrifices of their predecessors and developed and consolidated in recent decades thanks to the tremendous leadership of Angelo. Gaja's built around the image of a strong and vital brand, a symbol of the greatness and Barbaresco of a wine that can tell the poetry of its territory in the glass. Tasting Notes Color: Bright straw yellow. Delicate and complex at the same time. Summon initially ripe tropical fruit, citrus zest and aromatic mix, then play on white chocolate recalls and melted butter. Sinuous and enveloping on the palate, fresh and soft. long finish with soft vanilla returns.”
“Angelo Gaja The Gaja Winery was founded in 1859 Barbaresco is led by the fourth generation since 1961 by Angelo Gaja. With the decision to put the precious grapes in the hands of a 21-year-old, Papa Giovanni began the great revolution in Italy. Angelo changes everything. He selected rigorously. It is expanding in barriques. He listens to it, zuzukaufen grapes. And it increases the prices massively, since it, in his opinion, must also express in the price, if something is a lot better than anything else ... Angelo Gaja and his wines are now internationally highly valued and regarded as the most exciting, what Italy's wine world has to offer. He was honored by "Decanter" and "Winespectator" has often named "Man of the Year" and there is no vintner who repeatedly won the "Tre Bicchieri" by the Gambero Rosso. The Piedmont and particularly the Langhe, would without Angelo Gaja wealthier half as much meaning today. No other occurs so eloquently in public to like him. No other in Italy can afford, so his wines exclusively for sale, but also no other winery shows such a large resistance of impressive wines, year after year. Angelo Gaja's model were the demanding and internationally successful wines from Bordeaux and California. The peculiarities of the Piedmont, he wants but still never miss in his wines, he relies on terroir. In the venerable footsteps of Italian wine apostle, now the daughter Gaia Gaja occurs.”