Specific product recommendations are off-topic here but we can provide some guidance that will help you choose an appropriate wheel.
You can replace both front and rear wheels without having to replace any other components. For the rear you have to move the sprocket cassette to the new wheel. This requires a special tool but is straightforward. Disc rotors must to moved to both front and rear wheels of course, and front and rear calipers will also need re-aligning.
You have to know what the specifications are so you can select a compatible replacement wheel. The fixed things are:
- Rim diameter - 700c / ISO 622
- Hub width - 135mm rear, 100mm front in your case
- Quick release or through-axle - quick release rear , 15mm through axle front in your case
- Rotor attachment - 6 bolt.
- Number of speeds - Some 11 speed systems require a slightly wider freewheel body, I'm not sure if Shimano road 11 speed does. Hopefully someone else can fill in this detail. In any case you want a hub compatible with Shimano 105 11 speed.
You get to chose the spoke count, rim width (to support the tire width you want to run), rim profile and tubed vs tubeless.
You should consider a higher spoke count with 3 cross build for higher strength than the original wheel. The GT page you referenced says the rear is 32 spoke. I'd say you want a minimum of 32, consider 36. When it comes time to replace the front I’d go for more spokes there too.
According to the GT page referenced the rim width is 22mm, good for 28mm and wider tires. If you are happy with the original 28mm tires or want slightly wider I’d stick with 22mm rims.
The big benefit of tubeless is the ability to run low pressure and not risk pinch-flats. You can look up pros and cons and see if you want to go that way.
Addressing buying options - if you don't know much about wheels don't buy individual parts and have wheels built. There is a bewildering array of rims hubs and spokes. You can either:
- Buy a pre-built wheel of a known quality brand such as Mavic or DT Swiss.
- Use an online custom wheel site such as wheelbuilder.com. Pick from one of their hub-rim-spokes options. You can contact them and see what they recommend.
- Work with your local bike shop, they will be able to recommend some specific options also.
If looking at pre-build brand wheel, look for 'gravel', cyclocross (CX) or perhaps 29" MTB wheels (29" is same as 700c) as these will be built for more strength (at the expense of weight).
Note that many wheels and hubs are now built for through-axles but come with quick release adapters.