The year was 2005 when, for the first time, the historic Gaja family decided to produce a classic Brunello di Montalcino . Since a single vineyard would perhaps not have been able to guarantee the complexity to which the great brand had become accustomed in Piedmont, it was decided to make a blend of vineyards. To select them I use a very simple method, they took the best sites. Sugarille, Santo Pietro, Castagno and Pian dei Cerri . 12 months in barriques plus another 12 months in large barrels . If you think you can find in the Brunello di Montalcino Pieve Santa Restituta of Gaja some details left to chance, you will be disappointed. Naturally, 100% Sangiovese.