Legendary Piedmontese winemaker Angelo Gaja first opened the doors of his family's stunning Ca'Marcanda winery on the Tuscan coast in the 1990s. Today, the beautiful estate - an architectural landmark that also houses part of his art collection - is widely considered one of the greatest producers of Tuscan Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and Sauvignon Blanc. Its name means "the house of endless negotiations," a playful reference to the many years it took Gaja to convince the original owners to sell him the coveted property.
Ca'Marcanda is the Piedmontese term for "house of endless negotiations" and it refers to the many hours that Angelo Gaja spent convincing the property's previous owners to sell the estate vineyard that produces this wine. The deep red wine offers a layered aroma of lush ripe fruit and a complex structure with firm tannins and expressive mineral character.
"Magari" – “if only”– is deep garnet with blue tinges. The aroma is full of lush Merlot fruit and spicy Cabernet notes. The texture is full and rich, with a silky, well-rounded finish.
An abbreviation of the Latin word for promise – "promissio" – Promis is a light garnet wine with a bright, fruity aroma and deep jammy flavors. The texture is supple and elegant, with a balanced body and lingering finish.
“Vistamare” means “a view of the sea,” and the grapes in this wine are gently touched by the salt air of the Tuscan sea. Bright lemon-yellow with an aroma of fresh citrus, ripe melon and mineral, the wine has a crisp light-bodied texture and round finish.