Gabbro Toscana Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

Delectable Wine

The 2020 Gabbro is gorgeous. Montepeloso's bold Cabernet Sauvignon delivers tons of varietal character and savory intensity with less opulence than in most years. Dark fruit leather, licorice, smoke, tobacco and incense build into the somber finish. Here, too, the tannins are bruising. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, August 2023)
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Always delicious every time!! — 9 months ago

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Really enjoyed this one. Bright fruit, cherries, integrated tannins. Tasty. — 6 years ago


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This looks incredible. However, can’t help comparing it to my last 20 year+ IGT Tuscan Blend post: 2002 Montepeloso Eneo, which was out of this world amazing. Anyhow, this is probably, “every bit as good as Giorgio…” Cheers! — 6 months ago

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Cant begin to explain how incredibly good this is! As you can see the color is intact. The smell is evocative with rose petals, cigar box, leather, black currant. First taste after decanting, the wine shows some deep concentrated flavours of black berry, plum, and even some prune. Tannins are present but round and velvety. Alcohol is mid to low. The finish goes on for minutes. Very concentrated yet balanced with just enough acidity. Love it. Cheers. — 6 months ago

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Spicy, mineral lazed and dense with roasted herbs and great dark fruit flavors. Very clever oak treatment too. Holds a structure for the long haul. A great Tuscan wine! — 7 years ago

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