S A L U D // WINES OF BAJA AT GABBI’S!

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Next time you dine with us, be sure to set aside the margaritas and try our newly added wines by the bottle from Baja, Mexico. Mexican wines are making their mark in the industry and trending with other Mexican products like tequila, mezcal, and sotol.

Northern Baja has a Mediterranean-like growing climate where rare varietals in California like Barbera, Tempranillo, and Chenin Blanc grow beautifully. Using traditional wine making methods with their terrain is producing varietals with different flavors, notes, and textures.

We’ve chosen some of our current favorites to our seasonal menu that are currently available by the bottle. These wines pair beautifully with our cuisine and make for a balanced and unique variety you won’t find elsewhere. Enjoy and Salud!

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2013 Pavo Real White Blend, Valle de Guadalupe

45% Sauvignon Blanc | 45% Chenin Blanc | 10% Chardonnay

crisp and fresh with notes of tropical fruits, full-bodied, creamy, and pleasant palate, aged in steel barrels

2015 Corona del Valle Chardonnay, Valle de Guadalupe

aromas of banana, toasty oak, with a touch of melon, note sof banana, vanilla, and melon, aged 6 months in oak barrels

2013 Viresa Surco 2,7 Cabernet Sauvignon, Valle de San Vicente

aromas of light pepper and prominent mix of red fruits and slight black fruits, medium-bodied, smooth and mature tannins, complex and balanced

2013 Madera 5 Tempranillo Cabernet, Valle de San Vicente

60% Tempranillo | 40% Cabernet

aromas of medium intensity, notes of strawberry jam, red berries, cinnamon, dates, and ripe fig, elegant tannins and well balanced, finishes with chocolate and cinnamon aftertaste, aged 10 months in French and American oak barrels

2014 Corona del Valle Tempranillo Nebbiolo, Valle de Guadalupe

50% Tempranillo | 50% Nebbiolo

aromas of cedar, black pepper, and spices, full-bodied, powerful palate of plums and blackberries, long satin finish, aged 12 months in French oak barrels

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