Cabernet Sauvignon



Cabernet Sauvignon is a full red wine with a deep red color and aromas of black cherries, blueberries, blackberries, dark spices & ripe fruit tones.

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Cabernet Sauvignon wine in short

  • As a young wine this one is Cabernet Sauvignon fruity and a bit rough around the edges with strong tannins and a powerful bouquet
  • Pleasant full wine, dry and fruity aroma
  • Tones of blackberries, black cherries, forest fruits and a touch of herbs
  • full bodied; perfect balance of alcohol, tannins and aromas
  • Cabernet Sauvignon wine which has been awarded several times worldwide
  • Perfectly balanced and elegant wine with a specific character that reflects its origin

Cabernet Sauvignon is a full Red wine and has a deep red color, good tannin structure, moderate acidity and aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry, black cherry, dark spices. A rich mouthfeel, full of ripe fruity notes of Mediterranean fruits. The finish is minerally, long and full.

Cabernet Sauvignon is the best with

This Cabernet Sauvignon can be drunk in between. But it can also be combined well with different dishes, such as:

  • Steak with foie gras and truffles
  • Hard cheeses, such as famous Croatian sheep's cheese Paški Sir, Parmesan or Romano
  • Beef with honey roasted carrots
  • Korean-style stir-fried beef in garlic, soy and sesame
  • A nice piece of red meat (with a fat edge) from the BBQ
  • Grilled mushrooms with eggplant and red pepper
  • Pulled pork with barbecue sauce
  • Lamb chops or rack of lamb with mustard

Familiarity of this Red wine

Cabernet Sauvignon is probably the most famous red wine grape variety on earth. It is only matched in this respect by its Bordeaux competitor Merlot. But also its counterpart in Burgundy, Pinot Noir. Since its origins in Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon has successfully spread to almost every wine country in the world.

Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most popular red wines in the world. It is a Dry wine with a fruity taste and a slightly bitter aftertaste. We want to take you into the world of grapes and explain the external factors that can influence the taste and complexity of a wine. Let's take a look at this amazing Red wine.

Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most famous grapes in the world. He is therefore rightly called King Cab. Cabernet Sauvignon is best known in Bordeaux where it, together with Merlot and Cabernet Franc wines of high class. Cabernet Sauvignon needs a lot of sun to ripen. Otherwise it will remain green and somewhat bitter with a green pepper flavor profile. Lots of sun makes the Cabernet Sauvignon soft and jammy, with a taste of blackcurrants. That's why this Red wine also very popular in Croatia.

Grape variety Cabernet Sauvignon

The grape variety Cabernet Sauvignon is a popular red wine grape variety that originated in the Bordeaux region of France. The variety is known for its deep color, high tannin content and strong taste. Cabernet Sauvignon wines are often full-bodied and complex, with notes of blackberry, cassis and tobacco.

De cabernet sauvignon grape is widely planted around the world and is an important part of many popular blends, such as MerlotCabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc Cabernet Sauvignon.

The varied flavors of Cabernet Sauvignon wine

There are many different varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon wines, each with their own unique flavor. You probably already know that not all Cabernet Sauvignons are created equal and therefore have different flavors.

Cabernet Sauvignon is a grape variety that is widely used for the production of Red wine† It originates from the Médoc, a French Bordeaux region. Today, vineyards in both the old and new wine worlds produce delicious Cabernet Sauvignon wines, each with its own unique flavor. Completely different vineyards, with different climates, different soil conditions and different production methods make for a difference in wine style, even if the wine is made from the same grape variety.

Cabernet Sauvignon is a very recognizable wine with a spicy character and a high alcohol content, but various factors ultimately cause a difference in nuance and aroma. What ultimately determines the taste of the wine is the climate, soil conditions and production method of the vineyard where it is produced.

Cabernet Sauvignon grape from Croatia

Cabernet Sauvignon is a grape that originated in France, but there are now vineyards in Croatia growing this grape and making their own version of Cabernet Sauvignon. The Croatian version is usually a bit lighter and fruitier than the French version, with aromas of blackberries and cherries.

De tannins are also less intense, making it a more accessible wine for those who normally don't like Red wine to hold. If you're looking for a unique Cabernet Sauvignon to try, be sure to try some from Croatia!

Important ampelographic features
Blad: round, with five to seven lobes; deeply incised; petiole overlapped; moderately hairy underside
bunch of grapes: medium size; conical; loose to moderately compact berries; has wings; grapes are round with a blue-black color

Maturation time: very late

Different aroma in the Cabernet Sauvignon grape varieties

The aroma of the Croatian Cabernet Sauvignon is better than any other wine because it is more fruity and smells less of alcohol. It also has a higher acidity, which makes it more refreshing. Finally, the tannins softer in this wine, making it smoother and more pleasant to drink.

Cabernet Sauvignon is a grape variety from Red wine† The name may also refer to wines produced primarily from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The style of Cabernet Sauvignon wines tends to be full-bodied, tannic wines with a high extract and alcohol content, and often with flavors of cassis (blackcurrant), plum, blackberry and mint.

Cabernet Sauvignon was internationally recognized for its fame in Bordeaux wines, where it is often blended with Merlot and Cabernet Franc. From France, Cabernet Sauvignon's popularity spread to other wine regions around the world.

Croatia produces some excellent examples of this variety, and Cabernet Sauvignon from Croatia is a great choice for those looking for a full-bodied, tannic wine. Its high extract and alcohol content make it a perfect match for red meat and hearty stews, and its cassis, plum, blackberry and mint flavors make it an excellent choice for pairing with food.

Cabernet Sauvignon from other regions can often be too tannic and astringent, but the Croatian examples have just the right amount of texture and flavor to make them pleasant to drink. If you are looking for a delicious Red wine to enjoy with your next meal, try Cabernet Sauvignon from Croatia. You will not be disappointed.

How Soil Affects Cabernet Sauvignon Wine

The influence of soil on wine is significant because the type of soil affects the ability of the vines to grow and produce fruit. In addition, different soils can create different flavors in the wine. For example, wines from rocky soils often have a mineral taste, while wines from sandy soils often have a more floral taste.

The soil has a major influence on the taste of Cabernet Sauvignon Wines† Most vineyards with this grape have a pebble soil that retains the heat from the sun well. The higher temperature in the soil supports the maturation process, which in turn influences the taste of the wine.

Wines whose grapes have been able to ripen well due to that heat have a delicious fruity aroma. Vineyards full and rich clay soil produce Cabernet Sauvignon wines, processed with good tasting. These top wines also have aromas of fruit, type Cabernet Sauvignon, blackberries and herbs.

How Climate Affects Wine Production

The climate has a major influence on the taste of Cabernet Sauvignon wines. Wines from warmer climates, such as Croatia, are fuller and fruitier, while wines from cooler climates, such as Bordeaux and Chile, are lighter in body and more acidic. However, wherever it is grown, Cabernet Sauvignon always has strong aromas of red fruit, tobacco and laurel aromas.

The date the grapes are picked can affect the flavor of Cabernet Sauvignon.

The date the grapes are picked can affect the flavor of Cabernet Sauvignon. If the grapes are picked too early, the wine will become lighter and crispier. If the grapes are picked too late, the wine becomes heavier and fuller. The best time to pick Cabernet Sauvignon grapes is when they are ripe, but not overripe. This usually happens in late September or early October.

The time of year when the Cabernet Sauvignon grape is picked can affect the taste of the wine. Grapes that are allowed to ripen for longer will have a higher tannin content, resulting in a fuller and more powerful wine with a fruity taste. Wines harvested early may have an aroma of green pepper.

The influence of wine barrels on wine quality

The type of barrel wine is kept in can have a significant impact on its taste. For example, wines that are aged in oak barrels have a more complex taste than wines that are not. This is because the barrel imparts certain flavors to the wine, such as vanilla and caramel. In addition, the size of the tank or barrel can also affect the wine.

Wines kept in small bottles tend to taste more intense than wines kept in large bottles. This is because in smaller bottles less air comes into contact with the wine.

The oak barrel is an important factor in the taste of Cabernet Sauvignon wines. The tannin content is reduced, allowing the wine to develop a full and refined taste. The oak wood also gives the wine an aroma of vanilla, coffee and chocolate. The larger the barrel, the less contact the wine makes with the wood and therefore has less influence on the taste of the wine.

There is also a difference between American, French and Croatian oaks. Cabernet Sauvignon wines aged in American oak barrels have a stronger taste than wines aged in French or Croatian oak barrels† Another important difference is between wines aged in new barrels and old, more frequently used barrels. New barrels give the wine more character than barrels that have been used before.

The influence of the winemaker on wine production

The winemaker has a lot of control over the taste of wine. They use different techniques to extract as much flavor and color as possible from the grapes. One such technique is to leave the grapes in contact with the skins for a longer period of time. This allows more tannins removed from the skins, which can give the wine a bitter taste.

The winemaker must strike the right balance between extracting tannins and preserve the taste of the wine. They must also assess when to separate the skins from the wine so that the level of tannins just right. In short, the winemaker plays a huge role in determining the final taste of Cabernet Sauvignon wine.

The influence of maturation on bottle design

The taste and color of Cabernet Sauvignon wines changes over time. Once bottled, they keep well and will usually improve over time. Young wines, which are consumed shortly after bottling, have a high concentration of tannins and acids.

They are usually rough and strong, with predominant flavors of black fruit and a deep red color. With aging, the tannins softer and the wine gets more depth. The aromas of black fruit change to scents of dried fruit, leather, tobacco, spices and cedar. The color gets warmer and changes from deep red to ruby ​​red.

Blending Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Sauvignon is known for its strong, tannic flavor. This can make it difficult to drink the wine on its own, so it is often mixed with other softer wines such as Merlot or Cabernet Franc. Blending Cabernet Sauvignon with these other grapes can help create a more rounded and balanced wine. This process is also known as wine blending and is sometimes known as vintage wine.

Cabernet Sauvignon is also often used in blends because of its deep color. The dark hue of Cabernet Sauvignon can add depth and richness to a wine blend.

If you are looking for a full Red wine with bold flavors, then a Cabernet Sauvignon blend is probably a good choice for you. Be sure to check the label to see what other grapes are in the blend. You may prefer a Cabernet Sauvignon blend with more or less of a different grape variety.

The influence of blending a wine

Blending is a process that can have a significant impact on the taste and texture of food. By combining different ingredients, you can create unique flavors that would not be possible with one ingredient alone. Plus, mixing it up can help break down food so it's easier to digest. If you want to add some extra flavor or nutrition to your meals, consider mixing your ingredients together.

The Cabernet Sauvignon grape variety is often blended with other grapes to create a fuller and more complex wine. Some good examples of this are blends with Malbec and Cabernet Franc. Blends with Merlot make the wine softer and fruitier, while a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon with Shiraz a richer, fuller one Red wine creates. Ultimately, these different combinations create unique taste experiences that showcase the best qualities of Cabernet Sauvignon.

How different wine and food combinations can influence the taste of wine

There are many different wine and food pairings that can be enjoyed together. For example, a Cabernet Sauvignon goes well with a hearty or fatty meal. Cabernet Sauvignon goes well with steak, lamb and other red meats. It is also great with hard cheeses such as the famous Croatian sheep cheese Paški Sir, Parmesan or Romano.

The strong wine has a lot tannins, which go well with the proteins in meat. In addition, a spicy Cabernet Sauvignon does not go well with a spicy meal, but this combination can also be used in a blend with Malbec. Another good combination of wine and food is a Cabernet Sauvignon with a cheese board. Mature hard cheeses, such as aged goat cheese, semi-soft cheeses such as camembert or blue cheese, or a smoked cheese go perfectly with the wine.

Long lasting wine

Cabernet Sauvignon usually has a long shelf life, it contains tannin and should in principle mature on barriques oak barrels. Thanks to the application of modern vinification techniques, young wines can now also be drinkable quickly. In general, the wines have a high phenolic content, they are purple (young) or dark red (old) and have a lot of strength and structure. Where these Red wine also come from, this wine always has a handful of common characteristics: deep colour, good tannin structure, moderate acidity and aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry, black cherry, dark spice and cedar.

All this makes this famous Red wine is used just as often in cuvee wine (blends) as in cava wines and has many common blending partners. Apart from the obvious Merlot and Cabernet Franc, the most common of these are Malbec, Petit Verdot and Carmenere (the ingredients of a classic Bordeaux Blend), Shiraz (Australia's favorite blend) and in Spain and South America, a Cabernet – Tempranillo blend is now commonplace. Even Madiran's bold Tannat-based wines are now generally mellowed with Cabernet Sauvignon.

DNA research conducted in California in 1997 confirmed that Cabernet Sauvignon is the product of a natural genetic cross between the main Bordeaux grape varieties Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc. Most wine authorities agree that this crossing has only occurred in the past few centuries, making the variety's worldwide fame and dominance all the more impressive.

Jetsetter of the grapes

Cabernet Sauvignon is the jet setter of grapes. It travels all over the world, but being a late bloomer it thrives in warm climates. As Cabernet Sauvignon matures, it is known for its intensity and deep flavour, balanced with a firm acidity due to its gentle maturation.

The small grape with a thick skin is full of flavour, dark blue color and pleasant tannins. The grapes are grown all over the world. But the final taste of the wine varies greatly. In France it is often mixed with the softer ones Merlot or the cooler Cabernet Franc. It is usually a bit higher in acidity.

In the southern spheres and the new wine world, it is known as a tad fruitier. Overall, Cabernet Sauvignon is medium to full-bodied with dark fruit aromas and savory flavors.

In addition, this wine from the old world often contains a lot tannins and therefore goes well with hearty dishes.

Distribution of this wine

There are two main reasons for the rise of this wine. The simplest and most essential of these is that the vines are highly adaptable to different soil types and climates. It is grown at latitudes as diverse as 50°N (Canada's Okanagan) and 20°S (northern Argentina), and in soils as diverse as the Pessac-Leognan gravel and the iron-rich terra rossa of Coonawarra. Secondary to this, but just as important, is that despite the diversity of terroirs in which the vine is grown, Cabernet Sauvignon wine retains an inimitable “Cab” character, nuanced with some hints of origin.

However, there is only one reason for the breed's fame and that is simply money. The fame and marketability of the name has an irresistible appeal to wine companies. Thanks to its fame, it gives a reliable return on their investment.

A powerful Red wine

It is a vigorous variety (another trait in its favor) and produces a dense canopy and relatively high grape yields. This gives wine producers a fairly open choice between quantity and quality. However, careful vineyard management is essential to get the best out of the wine.

As a late-flowering and late-ripening variety, the grapes ripen slowly. This can also work for or against wine quality. In a cold season or climate there is a risk that the grapes will not ripen completely. While in most other conditions, steady progress gives winegrowers a wider choice of harvest periods.

Synonyms of Cabernet Sauvignon

This well-known wine is known all over the world under different names. Some of these are: Bidure, Bouche, Bordo, Bouchet, Burdeos Tinto, Lafite, Vidure, Petit Vidure


What are some of the most popular questions people often ask when it comes to Cabernet Sauvignon wine? Below are some of the frequently asked questions about this great Red wine:


What is Cabernet Sauvignon for a wine?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a popular Red wine made from the Cabernet Sauvignon grape. This grape is known for its deep color and full flavor. Cabernet Sauvignon wines are usually dry and have a lot tannins. These wines can be enjoyed alone or with food. Cabernet Sauvignon wines are made all over the world, but some of the most famous come from France.

What does Cabernet Sauvignon taste like?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a full Red wine with strong tannins and flavors of blackberry, cassis and tobacco. It is typical a Dry wine, with moderate to high acids and alcohol. Cabernet sauvignon pairs well with dishes with bold flavors, such as grilled steak or lamb.

Cabernet Sauvignon wines are usually aged in oak barrels for a minimum of two years before being bottled and sold. This aging process gives the wine its distinctive flavor profile. Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most popular red wines in the world, and is produced in many different regions. The most notable production areas are Bordeaux in France, Dalmatia and Slavonia in Croatia and the Napa Valley in California.

How much calories are there in a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon?

There are about 120 calories in a glass Red wine, and most of those come from the alcohol content. A standard bottle Red wine contains about glasses, so about 600 calories per bottle. However, keep in mind that the calorie content varies depending on the type of wine and how sweet He is. For example, a dessert wine such as port can contain up to twice as much calories contain as a dry red wine.

If you watch your calorie intake, you can better track it red wines which are on the drier side. These wines usually contain less calories, because they are less sugar contain. Some of the driest red wines are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Plavac Mali en Frankovka.

How should you serve Cabernet Sauvignon?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a full Red wine which goes well with hearty dishes such as steak and lamb. Serve it at room temperature or slightly warmer to bring out its powerful flavours. Decanting the wine before serving also helps open the wine and reach its full potential. When serving dishes, this wine goes well with rich sauces and strong cheeses. For best results, choose a bottle from a reputable producer and give it some time to mature before drinking.

As for the glassware, this wine benefits from being poured into a wide bowl that allows the wine to breathe. Turning the glass before taking a sip is also good for aerating the wine and bringing out the aromas. In terms of food pairings, cabernet sauvignon is a versatile wine that can be enjoyed with all kinds of dishes. However, it really shines when paired with red meat or dishes with bold flavours. So if you want to impress your guests, serve a juicy steak or rack of lamb with a glass of cabernet sauvignon. Enjoy your meal!

How much sugar does Cabernet Sauvignon contain?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a red wine grape variety known for its high sugar content. The average sugar content of cabernet sauvignon grapes is about 24%, but some varieties can be as high as 32%. This high sugar content gives the wine its characteristic sweetness and body. Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most popular red wine grape varieties in the world, and is used to make many different styles of wine, from dry to sweet.

Despite the high sugar content, Cabernet Sauvignon wines are not always sweet. In fact, many Cabernet Sauvignons are made in a dry style, with little or no residual sugar. The level of sweetness in a Cabernet Sauvignon wine is determined by many factors, including the grape variety, vinification method and length of aging.

In general, sweeter Cabernet Sauvignons are made from younger ones vines and/or with a shorter fermentation, while drier styles are usually made from older ones vines and/or with a longer fermentation. As most Cabernet Sauvignon wines dry these contain about 5 grams residual sugar per 100 ml of wine. Because there is little residual sugar in it, the level of sweetness is less than half a percent.

Where does the grape come from?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a red wine grape that comes from the Bordeaux region of France. The vine was first planted in the 17th century, and the wines made from it were known for their deep color and full body. Cabernet Sauvignon was planted all over the world during the 20th century and is today one of the most popular grapes for the production of Red wine.

Cabernet Sauvignon wines are usually dry, with a lot tannins and acids. They often have flavors of blackcurrant, cedarwood and tobacco, and can be stored for years. Cabernet Sauvignon is also sometimes blended with other grapes, such as Merlot or Cabernet Franc, to make complex, well-rounded wines.

How long can an unopened bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon be kept?

Assuming you mean an unopened bottle of wine, most red wines generally stored for up to five years. For white wines, the typical shelf life is three years. That said, it's always best to check the specific vintage year on the bottle for more accurate information

When storing any type of wine, it is important to store it in a cool, dark place. Extreme changes in temperature can spoil the wine. The ideal storage temperature for Red wine is between 55 and 58 degrees Fahrenheit. In front of White wine the ideal storage temperature is between 45 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit

In addition, it is important to store wine bottles horizontally so that the cork remains moist. If the cork dries out, the wine can go bad. Make sure you store your wines in a place where they will not be exposed to vibrations, as that can also spoil the wine. The best place to store wine is in a wine cellar or a cool, dark cupboard

By following these storage tips you can extend the shelf life of your unopened bottles of wine and enjoy them for many years to come.

After how many days should an opened Cabernet Sauvignon be drunk?

Assuming you're talking about a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon that has been opened and not kept in a wine fridge or other temperature-controlled environment, it's best to drink it within 3-5 days. although Red wine does not spoil like White wine, it starts to lose its taste and aroma after a few days. So if you want to enjoy the full flavor and experience of a Cabernet Sauvignon, it's best to drink it soon after opening the bottle.

If you can't drink the whole bottle in a few days, there are a few ways you can extend the shelf life. One way is to pour the remaining wine into a smaller bottle. This keeps the wine a little longer. Another way is to add a small amount of distilled water to the wine. This will also help slow down the oxidation process and keep the wine fresh for a few days longer. But the taste of the wine will change slightly.

Whichever method you choose, make sure to drink the wine within a week of opening. After that, it will start to lose its taste and become less pleasant to drink.

When to drink this wine?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a red wine grape grown in many regions of the world. The taste of Cabernet Sauvignon can vary depending on the region where it is grown, but it is usually dry and full of flavor with high tannins. Cabernet Sauvignon comes into its own after a few years of maturation, so that the tannins become softer and the flavors more complex. In general, the wine is best drunk with food because of the high tannins make it difficult to drink it alone.

When choosing a Cabernet to drink, look for a wine produced in a region with a warm climate, such as Croatia or California. These wines have ripe fruit flavors and softer ones tannins than Cabernet Sauvignon from cooler regions. Serve the wine slightly chilled, about 16-18 degrees Celsius.

Why is this wine popular?

There are many reasons why cabernet sauvignon is popular. First, it is a very versatile grape. You can make the most diverse wines from it, from light and fruity to rich and full. In addition, Cabernet Sauvignon wines tend to age well so that they can be enjoyed many years after their initial production. Finally, Cabernet Sauvignon wines go well with food, making them ideal to drink with a meal

All of these factors contribute to Cabernet Sauvignon's popularity among wine drinkers. Cabernet Sauvignon wines are usually full bodied with a high tannin content. They often have flavors of blackberry, cassis and chocolate, with a hint of oak. Its versatility means there is a Cabernet Sauvignon wine for every taste. Its ability to mature means it can be enjoyed for many years to come. And its ability to combine food makes it ideal for drinking with meals. Whether you're a casual wine drinker or a serious connoisseur, cabernet sauvignon is sure to please.

What is the best Cabernet Sauvignon wine?

There is no definitive answer to this question, as everyone's taste buds are different. However, there are certain Cabernet Sauvignon wines that are generally considered the best. These include wines from top producers such as Chateau Margaux, Chateau Petrus and Chateau Mouton Rothschild. These wines are usually very expensive, but they offer unparalleled quality and taste. If you're looking for a truly exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon wine, these are some of the best options available.

If you want a good Cabernet Sauvignon that is affordable and has a nice balance between price and quality, then buy our Cabernet Sauvignon from Croatia. You will love our Cabernet Sauvignon from Croatia because it has great value and a balanced taste. Whether you're looking for a wine for everyday use or something to serve on special occasions, this is a delicious option that won't disappoint.

Why is Cabernet Sauvignon drunk a lot?

Cabernet Sauvignon is a Red wine who is drunk a lot. It has a fruity taste and is usually mixed with other wines to get a more complex taste. The most famous variant is Bordeaux, which is produced in France.

The wine became popular in the 18th century when it was first planted in the Bordeaux region of France. The grape quickly spread through Europe and eventually came to America. Today, the grape is grown all over the world and is one of the most widely planted red wine grapes.

There are many different types of red wines, each with its own distinct taste. The most common are the Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Cabernet Sauvignon is typically a full-bodied wine with high tannins. It can mature for many years and often gets better with age.

It is a versatile wine, which can be drunk alone or in combination with food. It goes well with red meat, poultry and pasta dishes. It can also be used in cooking to flavor sauces and stews.

If you are looking for a delicious Red wine to enjoy, then this wine is an excellent choice. It is not without reason that it is one of the most popular red wines available and can be found in most wine stores. Give it a try today!

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29 reviews for Cabernet Sauvignon

  1. Bram -

    Sturdy robust red wine with a touch of blackberries

  2. Andrei -

    I think it has too much tannins it's not my taste, I prefer softer red wine. This one is too strong for me.

  3. Ronald -

    A refreshing discovery from Erdut! This Cabernet Sauvignon pleasantly surprised me with its lively and invigorating character. With four stars on my list, I can confidently say that this wine left an impression.

    The deep ruby ​​red color invites you to take a first sip, and the wine does not disappoint. The freshness really splashes off the glass, with clear aromas of juicy red berries and a hint of spiciness. With every sip, the palate opens up, revealing a captivating balance of fruity notes and subtle woody nuances.

    What really sets this Cabernet Sauvignon apart is its refined structure and the refreshing finish that adds a certain lightness to the already robust grape variety. It is a wine that is perfect for both warm summer days and cozy evenings by the fire.

  4. Marco -

    The Cabernet Sauvignon from Erdut surprises and enchants with its powerful yet balanced interplay of dark fruit and a hint of spice. A lush wine that goes remarkably well with an atmospheric dinner. A symphony of flavors in every glass!

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