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Grappa Wines

The Gaja family - Angelo in front, with from L-R Gaia, Giovanni, Lucia and Rossana

Although perhaps better known for their stunning wines, the Gaja family also make a remarkable range of Grappa. In their talented hands Italy’s definitive after dinner drink is an elegant spirit to be sipped and savoured as a digestif, or enjoyed in a variety of classic and modern cocktails.

The Gajas produce this iconic Italian spirit, as much a part of Italian food and wine culture as Spaghetti al Pomodoro or Brunello di Montalcino, at each of their three Estates and we are delighted to offer a range of five unique Grappas.

So, forget every preconception you have about this wonderful digestif, these are beautifully structured spirits, every bit as stylish as the family that produce them

Pioneers of Artisanal Italian Wine
  • Grappa di Barbaresco bottle image
    Gaja

    Grappa di Barbaresco

    Made with Nebbiolo sourced from Gaja family vineyards which have an average age of 45 years, this Grappa is bright, clear and crisp with aromas of ripe and dried fruit. The beautifully integrated palate has warm spicy notes and a lingering finish.

  • Grappa di Brunello di Montalcino Rennina bottle image
    Pieve Santa Restituta

    Grappa di Brunello di Montalcino Rennina

    This Grappa, made from the Sangiovese grape sourced from the Rennina vineyards of this beautiful Tuscan estate, is luminous with a delicate aroma, a rich structure and intensely floral notes. It has excellent concentration and a slightly peppery finish.

  • Grappa Magari bottle image
    Ca'Marcanda

    Grappa Magari

    Made from the pomace of the seductive Magari from the stunning Ca’Marcanda Estate in Bolgheri, this Grappa has a full floral nose showing accents of resin. The resulting spirit is well balanced with good structure and a good line of development from the nose to the intense finish.

  • Grappa Rossj Bass bottle image
    Gaja

    Grappa Rossj Bass

    Rossj-Bass is a predominately Chardonnay blend grown in the family owned vineyards in Langhe. It’s the Chardonnay grapes which give this Grappa it’s full and fruity bouquet while on the palate it is well balanced and has an enchantingly long finish, clearly exhibiting the varietal characteristics of this much sought-after wine.

  • Grappa Sperss bottle image
    Gaja

    Grappa Sperss

    Sperss is the name of the 12ha vineyard in the commune of Serralunga which was acquired by the Gaja family in 1988. Here they produce some of their most famous Barolo wines from the Nebbiolo grape, and also this Grappa which has a delicate golden colour and attractive aromas of ripe fruits, hazelnuts and raisins. Beautifully rounded, it has a balanced body and a long full finish.