The first historical references to Gabbiano date to the 11th century, based on the discovery of a cellar built in 1124 whose vaulted structure demonstrates its use for wine production and storage.

The estate in San Casciano in Tuscany, called Castello di Gabbiano, produces a core range of still Italian wines including Rosé, Chianti, Chianti Classico, Pinot Grigio, Asti and two Super Tuscan wines - Bellezza and Alleanza