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California’s Cabernet Sauvignon

June 8, 2016 1:25 pm Published by

Cabernet Sauvignon famous A classic red wine with blackcurrant, or cassis, notes and strong tannins, the California Cabernet Sauvignon goes well with any sort of red meat. There is a difference of opinion regarding what temperature it should be served at. Some recommend serving the wine at 14 to 16 degrees centigrade (57 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit) to get the full flavor, while others recommend a temperature of 18 degrees centigrade (65 degrees Fahrenheit). If you don’t have a thermometer handy, try putting the bottle in a refrigerator for 20 minutes before serving, or in an ice bucket for no... View Article

Cabernet Sauvignon is Great with These Meals

Cabernet Sauvignon is Great with These Meals

May 10, 2016 8:59 am Published by

Cabernet Sauvignon famous for its richness. With its bold flavor, the California Cabernet Sauvignon demands to be served with a good meal. A classic red wine with blackcurrant notes and strong tannins, the “Cab” goes well with wild fowl, red cabbage, aged cheeses, truffles, honey-roasted carrots or grilled red meat — especially venison, lamb or well-marbled beef. Try serving the wine at 14 to 16 degrees centigrade (57 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit) to get the full flavor. Evolution of the Grape For most of the 20th century, Cabernet Sauvignon was the most widely planted premium red wine grape in the... View Article

Reliable & Beloved Cabernet Sauvignon

April 5, 2016 9:19 am Published by

Cabernet Sauvignon beloved around the world TV chef and cookbook author David Rosengarten has rightly described California’s Cabernet Sauvignon as one of the world’s iconic wines. The “Cab” is a classic red wine that goes well with duck, red cabbage, slightly bitter vegetables or practically any red meat. Its blackcurrant notes and famous tannins allow it to work especially well with venison, lamb or the richer cuts of beef. To get the true flavor of the wine, it should be served at 14 to 16 degrees centigrade (57 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit). Try it with something rich and buttery to... View Article