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Gaja Flash Sale! More Than 100 Wines at Special Pricing!
February 5, 2018
A Note from Sergio

Angelo Gaja is a big personality. Those who know and love Gaja's wines (and even those who don't) are probably unsurprised to learn that their maker himself stands larger than life. He's tall and stately, and his deep voice carries across any room. While many great winemakers radiate a great presence, Angelo's feels somehow solid--his personality is almost three-dimensional, it's so commanding. From a big man comes big wines; Gaja's Barbaresco trio, his Sperss and his Darmagi, his Chardonnay Gaia & Rey, and even his Brunellos make you sit up and take notice. None of these wines is reticent, and that's one of the many aspects that draws people to them, makes people love them, and makes ardent fans out of regular wine-lovers.

Today, I'm very pleased to celebrate Gaja's big personality and the big love his wines inspire with a big, wonderful offer--more than one hundred of Gaja's outrageously pleasurable, beautifully made wines. You'll find the Barbarescos that Gaja made famous, his world-class Piemonte whites, his two spins on Barolo, his Super-Piemontese blend, and even his Brunello triumphs. No matter what you love in a wine, Gaja has something to meet your taste, and this offer has at least one bottle you will fiercely love. Gaja makes big, bold, beautiful wines, and this offer does him, his wines, and their power justice. You won't often find this many bottles of Gaja all in one place; don't miss this offer!

Enjoy Gaja and enjoy life!

Today's Featured Sections Include:

1. Time Sensitive Offer:
IWM's Biggest Gaja Sale Yet
2. Wine Events: Upcoming February Wine Tasting Events

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Gaja Sito Moresco 2015 750ml
Gaja Sito Moresco 2015 750ml
Price: $59.00

Gaja’s addition to the “Super-Piemontese” genre, Sito Moresco combines sweet fruit, delicate herbaceous notes, chewy tannins and a full body to offer an affordable, precise and deliciously unique red wine experience. This blend of almost equal parts Nebbiolo, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon derives from several of Gaja’s vineyards as well as the estate’s “Sito Moresco” site located in Barbaresco. Each grape varietal ferments separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about two weeks; after blending, the wine ages for 18 months in barrique, followed by at least six months in bottle before release. more info
Gaja Barolo Dagromis 2013 750ml
Gaja Barolo Dagromis 2013 750ml
Price: $89.00

Balanced, smooth, deceptively powerful and nuanced, Gaja’s Dagromis Barolo allows Barolo lovers to enjoy Gaja’s artistry at a relatively affordable price point. Named after the vineyard’s original owners, the Nebbiolo for this wine derives from the Dagromis site in La Morra and Gaja’s site in Serralunga, both with clayey-marl soils. Grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for one year in barrique, followed by one year in botti. more info
Gaja Chardonnay Rossj Bass 2016 750ml
Gaja Chardonnay Rossj Bass 2016 750ml
Price: $124.99

The addition of Sauvignon Blanc makes this Chardonnay soft and generous; it’s a delicately perfumed wine with an enchanting golden color, surprising depth and mouth-watering acidity.  Named for Angelo Gaja's youngest daughter, Rossana, known as Rossj for short, this Chardonnay derives from the Rossj vineyard as well as several other estate-owned vineyards that range along Piemonte’s swirling hills. Rossj-Bass ferments in temperature-controlled stainless steel and then ages for six to seven months in barrique to create an elegant, balanced wine with admirable depth, adequate acidity and fine persistence. more info
Gaja Pieve Santa Restituta Brunello Sugarille 2007 750ml
Gaja Pieve Santa Restituta Brunello Sugarille 2007 750ml
Price: $159.00

A powerful, brooding embodiment of its benchmark vintage, this ’07 Brunello Sugarille bursts with succulent red and black fruits, smoky earth, licorice, exotic spices, and warm saddle leather. This wine balances its sheer power with its purity, rolling across the palate to a lingering, textured finish that’s studded with chewy tannins and redolent of smoky minerals. Enjoyable now with more than a decade of perfect maturity, this ripe vintage Brunello is drinking wonderfully, but its underlying structure and fine balance means it’ll drink for years, even decades, to come! This cru Brunello comes from the historic 12-acre Sugarille vineyard site that dates back to 1541 and the hands of Italy's most recognized and controversial winemaker, Angelo Gaja. Deriving from the southwestern-facing Sugarille site rich in white clay, the grapes for this cru wine ferment for a month in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for a year each in barriques and in botti. more info
Gaja Barbaresco 2013 750ml
Gaja Barbaresco 2013 750ml
Price: $219.00

This is a wine to buy by the case. 2013 is shaping up to be an epic year in Barbaresco, and this Gaja bottling shows remarkable finesse, depth and polish. Sophisticated and silky, this ’13 Barbaresco frames its pure red and blue fruits with crushed violets, fresh-cut herbs, licorice, sun-warmed earth, and a kiss of kirsch. Wrapping the palate with an energetic yet velvety grip, this wine builds to a crescendo of chewy tannins that are complemented by a sweet inner perfume--it’s outstanding. This traditional cuvée Barbaresco honors Gaja’s winemaking heritage in its blending across fourteen separate vineyards. Gaja ferments each vineyard lot separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about three weeks, and malolactic fermentation occurs in barrique; after fermentation, the separate wines mature for a year in barrique; Gaja makes its final blend, and the wine ages in botti for another year before bottling. more info
Gaja Barbaresco 2014 750ml
Gaja Barbaresco 2014 750ml
Price: $239.00

Ruby red and aromatic, Gaja’s ’14 Barbaresco frames its juicy red and blue fruits with notes of violet petals, tarry earth, licorice, warm baking spices, cigar wrapper and a touch of crushed river rocks. This wine shows firm tannins that cling to the cheeks, almost electric acidity, and copious dry extract, all matched by a sweet inner perfume. You’ll want to drink this round, perfumed wine upon release, but its fine structure suggests that your patience will reward you with an ethereal, delicate and deceptively powerful Barbaresco. A cuvée of fourteen separate vineyards, Gaja ferments each vineyard lot separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about three weeks, and malolactic fermentation occurs in barrique; after fermentation, the separate wines mature for a year in barrique; Gaja makes its final blend, and the wine ages in botti for another year before bottling. more info
Gaja Chardonnay Gaia & Rey 2015 750ml
Gaja Chardonnay Gaia & Rey 2015 750ml
Price: $259.00

Not only is this the best Chardonnay in Italy, but it might be the best Italian white. Deriving from Gaja’s almost nine-acre Treiso vineyard planted in 1979, this wine is named for Angelo Gaja’s oldest daughter, Gaia Gaja, and his grandmother, Clotilde Rey. Gaia & Rey ferments with naturally occurring yeasts, and ages for 6 to 8 months in oak barrels. This is an intensely age-worthy wine, developing tertiary notes of nuts, butter and caramel with age. more info
Gaja Barbaresco 1998 750ml
Gaja Barbaresco 1998 750ml
Price: $269.00

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Gaja Darmagi 2013 750ml
Gaja Darmagi 2013 750ml
Price: $269.00

An elegant blend of 95% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Merlot and 2% Cabernet Franc, this wine belies its name Darmagi, which means "what a pity" in the Piemontese dialect. After fermenting in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about two weeks, this wine ages for 6-8 months in barrique, followed by a year in oak casks. Concentrated on the nose and palate, with expansive and complex layers, this beautiful wine marries the distinct Piemonte terrior with the engaging personalities of its international grapes. more info
Gaja 2013 Barolo Conteisa 750ml
Gaja 2013 Barolo Conteisa 750ml
Price: $289.00

Once called a Langhe DOC owing to its Barbera component, Conteisa is, as of the 2013 vintage, a DOCG Barolo--and it’s an intense, chewy and highly satisfying return to conventional Barolo. Succulent red fruits dance with violet petals, citrus zest, baking spices, warm loam and a touch of underbrush in this supple, sensual wine. 2013 saw a temperate, long growing season in Piemonte, and this ’13 Barolo Conteisa reflects its vintage in its balanced concentration, but as enticing as it is, a few years in the cellar will make it even better. Conteisa gets its name from the medieval Italian word "conteisa," or quarrel, between the zones of La Morra and Barolo over the prime vineyard land of Cerequio. Grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel for three weeks; then the wine ages in both barrique and botti before bottling. more info