Category Archives: Barbaresco

My friend recently sent me an email about a Gaja Masterclass that was coming up.  No time to check the calendar - a few clicks later I was booked in. Gaia Gaja hosted this masterclass.  She is the eldest daughter of … Continue reading

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My friend – well, many of them actually – stores his wine in professional climate controlled storage.  He occasionally asks some friends to join him while he is stocktaking and sorting out his wines, to keep him company and share … Continue reading

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When winemakers attempt to replicate a well known wine style in other regions or countries, or simply choose to work with a particular grape, there is an inevitable period of experimentation, comparison, and a general search for identity.  Are winemakers … Continue reading

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