The estate is located in the Right Bank region of the Canon-Fronsac appellation in Bordeaux, France, where some of the regions finest wines are produced. For years, the wines from this appellation have been considered an insider’s secret, but recently their quality has attracted attention around the world. The wines are produced entirely from vines grown on the 40 acres of clay-limestone hills surrounding the Gaby Estate, hills on which wine has been in production since the 1660s. The creativity and expression of the wines that come from this esteemed estate is reflected in the quality; Château Gaby wines have been named among the best in the region.
"A blockbuster Fronsac, opaque red in colour, and with a very oaky nose that is sweet and intense…”
"This 80/10/10 blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon includes a beautifully light, clear and precise range of aromas of florals and red and black fruit—including violets—as well as aromas of sandalwood, clover and morels. In the mouth, this is a juicy red with tastes of mandarins, plums as well as mint and tarragon. Pair with blackened fish or beef bourguignon. 94 points" - Tom Mullen FORBES
"Fronsac. It's a little-known viticultural area close to two famous ones, St.-Emilion and Pomerol, According to one French tome, the Canon-Fronsac wines are rich and supple” - Frank J. Prial New York Times