Babo wines are made by Australian Justin Bubb (an honorary Italian having spent the last seven years making wine in Italy) with the idea of utilising the best fruit possible to produce wines of elegance and purity with a focus on vibrancy of fruit, texture and freshness. All of these wines are very well made while still speaking clearly of their origins.
100% Sangiovese from Tuscany. Sangiovese and Nebbiolo are great grapes for the making of rosato. Pale, classic dry style. I'm thinking white cherry, tangerine or blood orange, cut fennel and a little spice. It's dry, with a gentle amaro tang, fine dusty texture, crisp acidity, and refreshing hit of lemon/lime/bitters on the finish. Delightful. Hard not to rush at it. Tasted: Nov 2020; Alcohol: 13.0%; Price: $25; Closure: Screwcap; Drink: 2020-2022+; Rated: 93 Points; Gary Walsh; The Wine Front
Copper-orange colour with flecks of gold. An expressive bouquet of Angostura bitters, mandarin, and rhubarb leap from the glass while concentrated flavours of sweet orange, red cherry and clove rush the palate. The potent flavours, tangy acidity and lush texture unite and finish clean and dry. Drink: 2020 to 2025; Price: $25.00; Alcohol: 13.0%; Rating: 93 Points; Amanda Yallop; The Real Review
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