Is Great With: red meats; aged, dry cheeses like Parmagiano Reggiano and Cheddar; dishes cooked with herbs like rosemary and thyme
Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most famous grapes in the world, used for making both the varietal of the same name, and in many blends (like France’s famous Bordeaux, or California’s Meritage). Cabernet Sauvignon, originally from the Bordeaux region, is planted, harvested, and drunk internationally. Cabernet Sauvignon makes for a tannic, aromatic wine, with scents of green pepper, cedar, and dark chocolate. Though enjoyable early on, this grape makes for some of the most durable, age-worthy wines.
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If you enjoy Cabernet Sauvignon as a varietal, try it in blends like Cabernet-Shiraz, Cabernet-Merlot, and Cabernet-Merlot-Cabernet Franc.
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