Cabernet


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Synonyms for Cabernet

superior Bordeaux type of red wine

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An aromatic, powerful, yet elegant cabernet aged in French oak.
95) 2010 Rocca Family Vineyards, Collinetta Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley CA).
The Grand Tasting on Saturday, May 2, at River Oaks Hot Springs in Paso Robles, will bring consumers face-to-face with over 75 different Cabernet and red Bordeaux varietal wines from Paso Robles accompanied by personal cheese and charcuterie plates curated by Vivant Fine Cheese, as well as artisanal bites and tastings provided by regional culinary artisans.
Yet it's a relatively modern variety produced by a chance cross-pollination between cabernet franc and sauvignon blanc grapes in 17th-century south west France.
Look for two 2005 whites (sauvignon blanc, chardonnay), one 2005 blush (white zinfandel) and three 2004 reds (merlot, cabernet sauvignon, shiraz).
Foundry Vineyards' plan is to launch one wine a year (different vintages of cabernet sauvignon) with a label featuring an artist's sculpture that was cast at Walla Walla Art Foundry.
The grape is dominant in all of the renowned estates in France's famous Bordeaux region and you can't do better than a Bordeaux Cabernet Sauvignon if you are looking for a classic example of this wine at its best.
95) Alexander Valley Vineyards Alexander School Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 (California).
95) Root: 1 Colchagua Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (Chile).
Palmaz Vineyards "Gaston," Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley (Release SRP $100)
There are wines from such giants as Penfolds, Australia's largest winery and producers of the country's famous red wine, Grange Hermitage, as well as other fine wines including Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon; and Orlando Winery, which exports wines under its Jacob's Creek label and its highest quality wines under the St.
Cabernet Sauvignon is a small, thick skinned grape that imparts a high level of tannin to the wine when it is fermented.