Chateau Gaby, Princess Gaby
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    80% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet sauvignon

    20,000 bottles produce per year

    Grown on the clay and limestone hills of the estate.

    Harvest by hand beginning of October

    “Wonderfully pure and expressive bouquet redolent of black summer berries. Bold, ripe and exuberantly juicy with a counterbalancing edge of youthful tannin.” Neil Sommerfelt - Master of Wine

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    Château Gaby is a stunning, historic château perched on top of a sloping limestone plateau and facing south over the river Dordogne. Its own park and 16 ha of rolling vineyards surround the château where low wooded hills and the lazy meanderings of the Dordogne meet. Lovingly restored, the interior of the château reflects the beauty of Bordeaux's prettiest countryside in which it is located.

    Since 2013 they changed their process in the vineyard to have grapes from organic agriculture, followed by Ecocert. They are certified since 2016.
    Gaby is known for the finesse, concentration and excellent balance of acidity and tannin. While their wine can age beautifully over 5-20 years, for those without patience to wait, they typically

    begin to show their great charm after 3-4 years.

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    Chateau Gaby, Princess Gaby

    80% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet sauvignon

    20,000 bottles produce per year

    Grown on the clay and limestone hills of the estate.

    Harvest by hand beginning of October

    “Wonderfully pure and expressive bouquet redolent of black summer berries. Bold, ripe and exuberantly juicy with a counterbalancing edge of youthful tannin.” Neil Sommerfelt - Master of Wine

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