Gabbi’s Featured Wines


 Gabbi’s Summer Favorites

As we continue to enjoy the warm summer weather, we wanted to showcase a variety of our wines that we have been featuring that embrace the summer season.

Our extensive wine list is curated by our General Manager and Sommelier, Richard Cardenas who has many years of experience and studied under Master Sommolier, Peter Neptune. Richard has created an impressive and complex menu that seasonally changes and is cohesive to Gabbi’s overall aesthetic.

Check out some of our summer favorites below and be sure to try them next time you’re in. We have also listed suggested entrees that will pair beautifully with our menu. Enjoy and salud!



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Comanderie de la Bargemone, Rose, Provence France, 2014

Hints of wild strawberries, red currants, lighter floral character, crisp and bone dry palate

Suggested Pairing:  Ensalada Sandia, Pescado Primavera 

Jeio Cuvée, Sparkling Rose, Veneto Italy

Made from Merlot and Pinot Noir grapes, the aroma has intense hints of rose, fresh fruits, citrus, and lychees. The palate is crisp and balances with a dry, long finish.

Suggested Pairing: Featured Ceviche, Quesillo en Salsa Verde 



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Luisa, Sauvignon Blanc, Friuli Italy, 2013

Golden color, fine bouquet with hints of sage and paprika, great structural palate, excellent acidity, long and fine finish

Suggested Pairing: Empanadas de Viento, Enchiladas Suizas

Susana Balbo, Torrontes, Valle de Uco, Argentina, 2013

Fermented in French oak barrels that embrace the floral aromas of the grape, hint of lime, wild honey, french vanilla on the nose, elegant finish, finely balanced

Suggested Pairing: Camarones en Mole Verde, Ensalada de Aguacate



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“g” Dehesa Gago, Tinta de Toro, Spain

Tremendous fruit concentration, ripeness, acidity, tannins, and structure

Suggested Pairings: Hongos y Asada Tacos, Mole Coloradito

Babcock, Pinot Noir, Santa Barbara California, 2012

Beautiful ruby red in color, dark cherries and array of spices on the nose, weighty and long flavors on the mouth

Suggested Pairing: Puerco Poc-Chuc, Taquitos de Pato


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