Sabato is an old Minor Campanian grape variety associated with the Sorrento coast in southern Italy.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Sabato produces a medium-bodied dry red wine with good colour, tannins and acidity, and aromas of fresh red berries and herbs. It has a mild spicy flavour and a pleasant finish.

Fresh Sabato grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Sabato is grown in a small area, on the Sorrento coast, south of Napoli in Campania, Italy. Sabato is a mid to late ripening variety, harvested in early October. It is a secondary variety in the Penisola Sorrentina DOC. Sabato wines pair well with tomato-based dishes, grilled vegetables, pastas, and seafood dishes.

Foods to pair with Sabato:

Light meat
Fun Fact about Sabato
Sabato is named after the Italian word for Saturday, as it was traditionally harvested on that day.

Top Wines with Sabato

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