Cabernet

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Synonyms for Cabernet

superior Bordeaux type of red wine

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The panel this past year tasted and rated sauvignon blanc, malbec, merlot, rose, and American cabernet sauvignons.
That's because Helderberg Winery Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 is something special and it's reduced to PS7.99 in Marks and Spencer until Valentine's Day.
CABERNET sauvignon is one of the world's most popular, accessible and ubiquitous grape varieties.
Of special note is the dense yet supple 2002 cabernet sauvignon ($40).
Spain A few excellent Cabernets are produced with a lovely vanilla topping to the black currant nose.
My theory is that the Merlot-softness connection began decades ago in Bordeaux, where Merlot (not Cabernet Sauvignon, as many assume) is the most widely planted grape.
Here in the West, the top Cabernets come from California and Washington.
Between those two categories, the $15-$19.99 Cabernets slowed their growth from 8% last year to 4% this year.
The broadest measure of success for the grape variety that originated in Bordeaux hundreds of years ago from a chance crossing of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc comes from the massive off-premise sales data set compiled by market-research firm IRI.
In 2012, more than 71,000 tons of Napa Cabernet were crushed, which is fairly consistent with 65,919 tons in 2013 and 69,530 tons in 2014 (the bottom dropped out with 53,195 tons in 2015).
Ringbolt Cabernet Sauvignon Ringbolt Cabernet Sauvignon 2011, from Western Australia's Margeret River, comes in at PS10.99 a bottle at Tesco and is crafted from low-yielding vines giving intense aromas and flavours.
This week it's the turn of the leading red grape variety, Cabernet Sauvignon.