This Bordeaux is immediately enticing, given its succulence on the nose. Layers of black cherry, sweet tobacco, and vanilla bean appear comforting and expensive, with hints of iron and salt.


Those notes carry through to the palate, where tannic grip adds bitter, clay-like notes that will unfold over time.

Growing Conditions

Grown on the clay limestone hills of the estate.


An intense red with bright tints.

Food Pairing

All the wines from Château Gaby pair well with buttery foods, sharp cheese, roasted meats, and veal.