Looking for a great red wine? Would you like to drink something unique and special wherever you travel? Your wine is the most successful and great, unbeatable Cabernet Sauvignon.
If you are abroad you can meet with it as Sauvignon Rouge or Petit Cabernet. Do not hesitate to buy one. It’s worth it.
In Bordeaux, France Merlot and Cabernet Franc is very good, but “noble grape” as people named it even better.
Scientists still not found where its wine grape origins, but somewhere in Bordeaux at the 17th century.
Best known wine grape sometimes injured by winter freezes, but it seems cold-hardy. Usually is one of the most popular ingredient in other red wines.
While different countries, wine making techniques and warmer environment gives variable aromas to Sauvignon we can found almost every bottle cedar aroma or blackcurrant with spice. You will remember for the first taste.
Over these aromas chocolate, oak, earth and berries are in it. And even eucalyptus! Oh yes I found it in Australian ones. New World Cabernets will surprise you.
Cabernet Sauvignons and blends where the variety predominates are some of the most prized wines produced in California. For traditional California table wine volume sold in the U.S., Cabernet Sauvignon represented 16 percent of the wine volume sold in 2008, according to Gomberg, Fredrikson & Associates. It has spread in New Zealand, Chile and in Italy during last decades.
French 10-20 year old premium wine are unforgettable, but very good ones can be found on the market what can be consumed at their 6 to 8 year mature. If you choose high tannin wine it is going to be strong and dry. Low-tannin with fleshy tasting very nice for a calm night. Flavors like minty or cedar chocolate make color your oak aromas wine and your moments.
Always keep some bottle on your rack and consume it as the king of the wines. Cheers!
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