Cabernet Sauvignon Red Wine
Cabernet Sauvignon is responsible for some of the world’s grandest wines, and in the opinion of many is simply the best red wine variety money can buy.
Cabernet Sauvignon red wine covers a broad spectrum of flavours and fragrances. Underripe grapes tend to produce an almost herby, grassy wine. However, as it ripens the characteristics transform into a rich, full-bodied product, with a distinct dark berry buzz on the palette.
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This Reserva is a barrel-aged Spanish red, bottled and released, like Rioja, when ready to drink. At 6 years of age, the >
Vieux Château Saint André belongs to Jean-Claude Berrouet who was the winemaker at Pétrus for 44 years until his retirement >
"With the 2018 already released, it's great still to have the chance to snap up the enticingly mature 2016 Wynns 'The Siding' >
Tenuta di Capezzana is located in the historic region of Carmignano, located to the west of Florence is run by the Contini >
Before the world recognised Catena’s Argentina as “malbec country”, the winery was known for its old-world style Cabernet >
The top wine of this estate, there is an exuberance of dark fruit aromas, juicy black cherry, currants and blackberry flavours >
"Gun smoke, oyster shell and vibrant blue-fruit on the nose. The palate has a rich, assertive core of ripe, intense tannin >
Good cabernet style here – unmistakeably cassis and cedar-scented. Quite showy for a cabernet though – not a heavyweight, >
Our new vintage release of the top red from much-loved La Jasse. This is a wine of great generosity, depth and texture. >