The Gaia & Rey estate was planted in 1979. Its name was chosen by taking the first name of Angelo Gaja's eldest daughter and his grandmother Clotilde Rey.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Bright straw yellow
Nose : Intense bouquet with hints of citrus fruit and toasted fines.
Mouth : Fleshy, fresh and intense. There is a nice fruity and mineral concentration.
Alcohol level : 14%
Winemaking : 6 to 8 months in slightly used barrels
Food pairing : All dishes based on white meat and fish.
Aging potential : 4 to 9 years
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