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Gaja Wine Dinner with Giovanni Gaja

October 16, 2019 06:30 PM until October 16, 2019 10:30 PM

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There is Wine and then there is Gaja!

Gaja is one of the stars of the world wine scene, a producer that is widely credited with transforming not just the image and international reputation of its native Piedmont region, but of Italy as a whole. It has had a significant impact on the way that Italian wine is grown, made, priced, distributed and marketed. Gaja is one of a handful of fine wine brands that can compete with and charge the same prices as the top names of Burgundy and Bordeaux.

Gaja celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2009 – it was founded with only two hectares (five acres) by Giovanni Gaja, whose ancestors originally came from Spain in the 17th Century – and is now run by Gaia Gaja, the fifth generation of the family to make wine in Barbaresco. Angelo Gaja – of whom more in a moment – is often credited with initiating the winery's modern success, but there were other important predecessors. Angelo points to the crucial influence of his grandmother, Clotilde Rey, after whom the winery's Chardonnay, Gaia & Rey, is named, as "the person who pushed my father and grandfather in the direction of quality". Today, Gaia, Giovanni and Rossana run the day to day operations.

Please Join Us in Welcoming Giovanni Gaja as He Guides Us Through

The Gaja Family Wines of Piedmont and Montalcino 

Wednesday, October 16th 2019 at 6:30pm

$560 per person including gratuity. Tax is assessed upon checkout.

Aperitivo 6:30

Dinner 7:00

Local Oyster with Jersey Girl Ricotta, Ligurian Olive Oil and Chervil

Langhe Bianco Alteni di Brassica 2016

Crudo of Barnegat Sea Scallops with Maine Sea Urchin Emulsion

Langhe Bianco Chardonnay Gaia & Rey 2017

Raviolo of Butternut Squash with the Yolk of Organic Local Hen Egg and White Truffles

Barbaresco 2015

Braised Veal Cheeks In Barolo Reduction, Black Truffles and Celery Root and Potato Puree

Barbaresco Sor Tildin 2011

Barolo Sperss 2011

Formaggio La Tur & Pecorino di Pienza

Brunello Sugarille 2013