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Italy's most iconic winery

Gaja. An iconic winery,
unrivaled in quality & reputation

The GAJA winery, located in the picturesque Piedmont region of northwestern Italy, is a name synonymous with excellence in the world of wine. For five generations, the Gaja family has been dedicated to producing original wines that reflect the unique terroir and rich tradition of their region.

Under the guidance of Angelo Gaja, the winery has become a true pioneer in the industry, being the first to produce single vineyard wines in Piedmont and revolutionizing traditional winemaking practices. By introducing Bordeaux varietals and the use of barriques, Gaja has not only elevated the reputation of Barbaresco but also played a key role in bringing Italian wines to the forefront of the international wine scene.

It is no surprise that GAJA wines are widely considered to be among the most coveted and collectible in the world. The winery’s commitment to tradition and excellence serves as a standard for the industry and a legacy that continues to shape the future of winemaking.

“For me Wine is Life” - Mario Schiopetto

Every action, every activity of Mario Schiopetto was dictated by the desire to give voice to the territory via the wine in order to be able to tell a story in every glass consumed. Today the business continues its activity following in Mario’s footsteps, availing itself of his precious lessons, still valid today, maintaining a strong focus on innovation in order to guarantee high quality products and working with constancy and dedication, respecting totally the Earth and the environment.



Alright, let’s talk about Schiopetto , baby! This Italian winery is located in the Friuli region, where the perfect combination of soil, climate, and passion come together to create some seriously kickass wines.

Schiopetto has been around since 1965 and has established a reputation for producing top-notch white wines with a distinct character and style. The winery is run with a deep love and understanding of the land and the grapes they grow. This team is like a band of wine wizards, casting spells with every bottle they produce.
The Schiopetto winemaking philosophy is all about letting the grapes shine. They believe in using minimal intervention to allow the natural flavors and aromas to come through in the final product. They’ve got the magic touch when it comes to balancing the acidity, body, and flavor of their wines, and the result is a pure expression of the terroir.

Schiopetto may be small, but they pack a big punch. Their wines have earned a cult following and have been praised by critics and wine enthusiasts alike. So if you’re looking for a winery that’s a little edgier, a little more authentic, and a whole lot of delicious, then Schiopetto is the place for you.

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