• DNAss


    “DNAss” marks the third and final (and wildest) wine of Gea’s “rear end” series. Aside from the blatantly obvious and bawdy wordplay, you’ll also notice blue font throughout the front label and a ripple running across the sickle-and-rake/buttocks logo, which now also looks like a wine glass submerged underwater. That’s because Fabio Gea literally vinifies it underwater—he calls it “water and wine making love.” Reportedly, it is all destemmed Nebbiolo that macerated for 2-3 weeks before ageing in sandstone amphora submerged in a pool of water. It was bottled unfined and unfiltered in June of 2020.