Château Gaby is Bordeaux’s best kept secret
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.
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Château Du Parc
Château Du Parc is an estate located in the Saint-Émilion appellation in Bordeaux, France, one of the oldest and most prestigious wine producing regions in all of Bordeaux. This world-renowned area is known for producing some of the region's finest wines due to its diverse terroir.
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The wine for those who take their fun seriously.
"Forthright, ripe blackberries on the nose, just a touch of soft tannin and lively acidity, make this an attractive red. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold". (2016) 90 Points- James Suckling
“Crisp and refreshing. Watermelon and strawberries.” Ryan D. - Vivino
Fresh, elegantly grassy, and abundantly aromatic. This wine has complexity with notes of pear, white peach and fresh almonds. On the palate a well balanced acidity follows through to a long lasting finish.
Soft and well-integrated aromasthat include roses, limes, lemon and some nuttiness. A supple wine withwell-integrated tannins and acidity and almost Provencal linearity. A well -made osé—which can be challenging to locate from Bordeaux. - Tom Mullen FORBES